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REESE LIBRARY 

Augusta College 

Augusta, Georgia 



THE RAINBOW 
1933 




PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS 

of the 

JUNIOR COLLEGE OF AUGUSTA 

and 

ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY 

Volume VII 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 



The Rainbow 




We, the members of the Rainbow staff, in looking for some member 
of our faculty to whom we should dedicate the 1933 Rainbow, came 
upon that teacher whose outstanding loyalty and faithfulness have 
placed him in the heart of every member of the student body. He has 
served us patiently and has shown a personal interest in all those 
students with whom he has come in contact; therefore, we take great 
pleasure at this time in dedicating this book to our beloved Professor of 
Chemistry. Chester A. Scruggs. 



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Contents 

I. Administration and Faculty 

II. Classes — Junior College 

III. Classes — Academy 

IV. Military 

V. Organizations 

VI. Sports 

\ II. Adverti>ements 



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Faculty 

James Lester Skinner, B. S., E. E President 

Eric West Hardy. A. B., A. M Dean 

Julia A. Flisch A. M Adviser of Women, History 

Mrs. J. Evans Eubanks Secretary 

Margaret Bailie. B. S., B. L. S Librarian 

Ernest Mason Allen, Ph. B. English, French 

Justin A. H. Becue, B. S., B. A. French 

KATHERINE P. BOGCS, B. S Education 

G. Langston Bolton, B. S Science, Mathematics 

Marion Turner Bryson, A. B. Science 

James Morgan Buckner, B. S., M. S. Mathematics 

O'Neal W. Chandler, A. B Science 

Philip Macon Cheek, A. B., A. M., Ph. D Latin 

Charles Guy Cordle, A. B., A. M History, German 



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George M. Dasher Shop 

Charles Martin Etheredce, A. B. English, Mathematics 

Norman L. Galloway, B. S., A. M Education, Economics 

Robert Emil Gressette, A. B History, Civics 

L. A. Griffin, B. S. A Science 

John Thomas Hains, A. B Mathematics 

William Redding Kennedy Commercial 

John A. Leipold, Sergeant, U. S. A Military 

William Lee Maden, A. B., A. M French 

Anton Paul Markert, B. S., M. S Mathematics 

Charles Harold Mitchell, A. B., M. A English 

John Burchell Moore, A. B. English 

J. George McDonald, Ph. B., C. P. A Mathematics 

David Franklin McDowell, A. B., M. A Spanish 

Auburn G. Owens, A. B English, History 

Sam Purswell, First Lieutenant, U. S. A Military 

Henry Osgood Read, Ph. B., A. M English 

George H. Ridgway, A. B Chemistry 

Joe Mays Robertson, B. S Mathematics, English 

Charlie A. Royston, B. S Mathematics, History 

Georce Milton Scott, A. B., B. Lit English 

Chester Arthur Scruggs, A. B., M. A Chemistry 

Cecil Wyman Sherlock, B. S. C, A. M. History 

Robert Hayes Sherman Mathematics 

Albert F. Simpson, A. B Athletics, Civics 

Chester McKinley Sutton, A. B., A. M. English 

Joseph LeConte Talley, B. S., M. S Physics 

Martin D. Young, B. S., M. S Biology 



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Board of Trustees 

ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY 

Mr. Bryan Cumming President 

Mr. Warren Bothwell Secretary and Treasurer 

Mr. John Phinizy Mr. Ferdinand Phinizy 

Mr. Landon Thomas Mr. W. Montgomery Harrison 

Mr. E. C. B. Danforth. Jr. 



Officers Board of Education 

RICHMOND COUNTY 

Dr. George M. Woodbury President 

Mr. Frank R. Miles Vice-President 

Dr. Lawton B. Evans Superintendent 

Mr. S. D. Copeland Assistant Superintendent 

Mr. T. H. Sherman Assistant Superintendent 



High School and Junior College Committee 

BOARD OF EDUCATION 



Dr. Carl G. Meyer 

Mrs. John W. Walker Mr. H. L. Murphey 

Mrs. R. C. Bailie, Jr. Mr. R. T. Moore 

Mr. Freeman C. McClure 



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MAMIE BEASLEY BACON 

In Glee Club she is known so well. 
And she's a college debatei swell, 
In all she does she is quite correct, 
For she has such an intellect. 

Glee Club 1-2; Literary Society 2; Debating Team 2: Girls' Quartet 2. 



CAROLINE BAILIE 

Caroline is popular with both girls ! and boys. She is active in many 
student organizations. But why did she "stick" to Math so long? 

Honor Roll: Vice-President Class 2; Girls' Council 1; Hi-Y W 1; 
President Hi-Y-W 2; Treasurer Literary Society 2; Science 'Club 1-2; 
Secretary Glee Club 1-2; Basketball 2. 



EDITH LOUISE BATES 

Louise lent her ability to the Glee Club last year. We know that 
she will be a good teacher. But hardly an "old maid." 

Glee Club 1. 



WILLIAM BEARD 

Willie is a quiet student. He and Mr. Scruggs get along quite well in 
Chemistry. 




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HARRY HILL BELL, JR. 

Harry is popular with the boys and doesn't object to the girls. He 
is our No. 2 tennis man. 

Hi-Y 1-2; Literary Society 1-2. 



WILLIAM THOMAS BELL 

Bill is a football star and a real baseball man. And if his attitude in 
istory class predicts anything, he should make a dandy lawyer. 



Baseball 1; Football 1-2. 



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B1LLIE McCORD-BRICKLE 

Billie was a real find for Coach Simpson this year. If his success j 



is measured by his ability, we feel sure he will go a long way. 

Literary Society 2; Science 'Club 1; Football 2; Company Football 
Coach 2. 



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HORACE ALVIN BR1SENDINE 

Alvin is small, but not quiet, talkative, but not out of place, in short 
a good friend to anyone. 



SARAH ALICE BRYNGELSON 

Sarah is a demure lady. She makes a hit with Mr. Begue. We know 
she will succeed as a school "maim". 

Glee Club'l. 



EVELYN MARIE CADLE 

Evelyn is another one of those "quiet girls". She's clever, has a dim- 
ple and can she play basketball! 

Glee Club 1-2; Literary Society 1-2; fSeience Club 1-2. 



MILDRED CARSTARPHEN 

A blond dancer, a school beauty, a girl who will be long remembered 
for her wit and charm. 

Transferred from Brenau; Glee Club 2; Literary Society 2. 



BERTHA CARSWELL 

When it comes to a matter of sense and wit, she's there. 

When it comes to the matter of a smiling, rosy-cheeked girl, she's there. 

By Jove! I believe she's there all the time. 

Honor 1; Science Club 1-2; Treasurer Glee Club 1-2; Girl's Council; 
Literary Editor of Rainbow 2; Business Staff Musketeer 2; Secretary 
Literary Society 2; [Literary Society 1-2; Basketball 2. 



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THEODOKK DWIGHT CASWELL 

Theo is a football star, an honor man, and an important figure in 
school activities. Do you wonder that he is our President: 1 

Honor 1; Hi-Y 1-2; President Ili-Y 2; Football 1-2; President Class 
! 2; First Lieutenant 1; Chemistry Club 2; Student Council. 



JAMES B. CRAIG 

James is very studious and is so well liked that we are sure he wil 
make a good doctor. 






Chemistry Club 2; Rho-Chi 2. 



HELEN DERRICK 

Small in stature, large in intellect, she is always ready to use them 
both to help her fellow students. We all love Helen. 

High Honor 1; Literary Society 1-2; Glee Club 2; Girls' Council 1. 



AMANDA MAR1LEE EDWARDS 

Her left hand produces many an A plus mark. We admire her for 
her diligence and intellect. 

High Honor 1; Literary Society 1. 



LAURA EVANS 

Laura's a sweet girl, a star English student, a basketball player 
but need we say it '! Why not ask Boots? 

Honor 1; Glee Club 2; Literary Society 1-2; Hi-Y-W 2. 



HARDY H1LL1ARD FL LGHUM 

Tall and quiet, Hardy has left his mark at J. C. A. 

Honor 1; Chemistry Club 1; Rho-Chi 1; Dramatic Club 1. 



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KATHERINE WHITE GIBSON 

Why do all football players fall for her? Why do all the girls like 
her? Why will she be a success? You're asking us? 

Honor 1; Glee Club 1; Literary Society 1-2; Chemistry Club 1. 



1SADORE GOLDSTEIN 

There's a conscientious hardworking pre-med at J. C. A. You're right, 
it's Isadore. 

Chemistry Club 1-2; Rho Chi 1-2; Newspaper Representative Rho- 
Chi 2; Literary Society 1. 



HERSCHEL HACKEL 

Herschel joined our ranks this year. He's full of fun and pep. "Hail 
The Chief". 

Transferred from University of Alabama; Rho-Chi 2; Chemistry 
Club 2. 



ROBERTA EDITHA HAGGERTY 

Ebony tresses, scintillating eyes — Roberta Editha. What ARE we 
talking about? Oh! Black bair, sparkling eyes — Bobby. 

Honor 1; Glee Club 1; Literary Society 1-2; Chemistry Club 1. 



LOIS HOWARD HARRIS 

"Silence is silver, speech is golden," but nevertheless she makes good 
grades in all her studies. Her pupils-to-be will love her. 

High Honor 1. 



HELEN BELL HARRISON 

A singer of note. Helen has also made an impression in Mr. Mt 
Dowell's Spanish work. 

Glee Club 1. 





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FRANK NICKOLAS HARRISON 

Nick is a hard worker in all his sciences. He is a promising pre-med 
with a sure success as a doctor. 

Literary Society 1-2; Rho-Chi President 2; Chemistry Club 2; Louis 
Pasteur Science Club 1. 



MARGARET ELIZABETH HOGAN 

Poise, dignity, and conscientious ability. Margaret deserves our ad- 
miration. 

Literary Society 1; Glee Club 2; Dramatic Club 2; Assistant Literary 
Editor Rainbow 2. 



CLUESE LEVERMAN HOWARD 

If we ever meet an "M. D." reciting poetry that he has composed, 
we will immediately recognize our pre-med friend Cluese. 

Literary Society 1-2; Chemistry Club 1-2; Rho-Chi 1-2; Honor 1. 



ELIZABETH CLARA HUTCHINSON 

Eye lashes, blue eyes, 'a good sport — that's what Hutch is noted lor. 
She is one of our teachers to be. 

Literary Society 1: Glee Club 1-2; Basketball 2; Dramatic Club 2. 



CAROLYN LILYAN IZLAR 

She may be small, but she's as loquacious as a parrot and as jolly as 
a jester. 

Glee Club 1; Literary Society 1; Hi-Y-W 1-2. 



BERDIE ELLA JAMES 

Blond hair and brains, amazing ability and popularity are all promi- 
nent in Bert. 

High Honor 1; Glee Club 1-2; Literary Society 1-2; Science Club 1; 
Gills' Council 1; Secretary Girls' Council 1; Treasurer Class 2; Hi-Y W 
2; Vice-President Science Club 2. 



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ANNETTE KELLOGG 

Annette is one of the few who have finished J .C. A. in three semes- 
ters. We admire her for her persistence. 

Science Club 2; Glee Club 1-2; Literary Society 2. 



WARREN KENNETH LAIRD 

Kenneth at iMath or football is a "Whiz". He has made an impres- 
sion on students and faculty alike. 

Lieutenant 1; Officers' Club 1; B Varsity 1; Football 2; Annual Staff 
2; Company Football 1-2. 




J. WILLIE LEVY. II 

Willie was Coach Simpson's right hand man at guard. Leading win 
ning companies, planning army careers, and working Math are his 
pastimes. 

Captain 1; Officers' Club 1: Tennis Tournament 1; Company Foot- 
ball 1; Preparedness Cup 1; Football 2; Business Manager Rainbow 
2; Coach Company Football 2. 



GARDELLE LEWIS 

A military man, a social light, and a real addition to any class. That's 
Gardelle. 

Captain 1; Secretary Officers' Club 1; Baseball 1; Major 2; \ ice- 
President Officers' Club 2; Company Football 2; Hi-Y 2. 




HENRY PYRON LONG 1 

Henry was well named, for he is quite tall. He came to us from Georgia 
Tech and has made a place for himself, especially on the tennis court. 

Transferred from Georgia Tech. 



NORENE EDNA MADDOX 

A black-haired "Spanish" song-bird with a dress for every day and 
smile for everybody. 

President Spanish Club 1: Glee Club 1-2. > 




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MORRIS STEINBERG MARKS 

If Morris' name had not been Marks he could have acquired it by 
the record he has made at J. C. A. Good grades — "GOOD MARKS". 
High Honor 1; Chemistry Club 1-2; Literary Society 1-2; Debating Team 
2; Picture Editor Rainbow 2; Battey Medal Contestant 2. 

Business Staff of Musketeer 2; Glee Club 2. 



REUBEN SIMS CHICK MOORMAN 

Reuben is rather small, but by no means unimportant. His marks 
his courses have been satisfactory. 



FRANCIS XAVIER MULHERIN, JR. 



Frank has been a man of men at J. C. 'A. Hi 

made bis name a bv-word. 



solf and tennis 



Runner-up Golf Tournament 1; Winner Golf Tournament 2; Runner- 
up Tennis double Tournament 2; Rho-Chi 1-2; Literary Society 1-2; Vice- 
President Science Club 1; Chemistry Club 1-2; Basketball 2; Golf 1-2; 
Ili-Y 1-2. 



MARY ELIZABETH MURRAY 

"'Pretty and sweet. 

She can't be beat, 

Our popular Cheer Leader, 

Lib, is a treat." 

Cheer Leader 2; Hi-Y W 2; Sec. Hi-Y W 2; Literary Society 1, 2: 



AVIS NEWMAN 
She might not talk TO \ou. but she'll stick up FOR you. 



JULIAN FREEMAN OWENS 

He won't talk in class unless called upon, he won't speak to \ou 
in the hall unless compelled to, but no one seems to have any trouble 
in learning to like him. 



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MARY ALLEN PHILLIPS 

This petite brunette has a charm that is all her own. Like the pro- 
verbial tortoise she does not waste her energy in useless haste, but she 
has arrived at a number of enviable goals. 



MARIAM AUBREY PIERCE 

We don't know her plans for the future, but whatever they are, she'll 
be bound to succeed. Best o' luck, Micky! 

Hi-Y 1-2; Vice President Hi-Y-W 2; Cheer Leader 1-2; Basketball 2. 



CARL JAMES PIRKLE 

"He has been picked out from the flock, as the particular wether to 
wear the bell." 

Rho-Chi 2; President Chemistry Club 2; Editor-in-Chief Rainbow 2; 
Honor 1. 



ELIZABETH TURNER PRITCHARD 

If dignity, charm, and dependability count for anything, then Eliza 
beth will make a splendid success as a teacher. 

Glee Club 1. 





ELIZABETH CLARK RAE 

Elizabeth's s»eet disposition and (juiel ability will win her a place 
in the hearts of all her pupils. 

Literary Society 1. 



BEN FRANK RAINWATER 

He may not like poetry, but he knows his Math. We are sure that 
he will succeed with his engineering. 




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MARY VIRGINIA K\l\\\ \TER 

Perseverance is an enviable virtue and one which Virginia has devel- 
oped !<i a marked extent. Honor 1 : Glee Club 2. 



MEYER MENDELSON SCHNEIDER 

If our "doctor" is as successful in getting patients as he has been in 
making friends at J. C. A., there'll be no need for him to worry. 

Glee Club 1-2; Dramatic Club 1; Science Club 1-2; Literary Societ> 
1-2; Battey Medal Contestant 2: Rho-Chi 1-2; Assistant Editor-in- 
Chief of Rainbow 2; Assistant Business Manager Musketeer 2: Debat- 
ing team 1-2. 



LEWIS STERLING SIMS. JR. 

Lewis came to us from Mercer. \^ e feel sure that he will be a credit 

to us at Medical College. 

Football 2' Chemistry Club 2: Sports Editor of Rainbow 2. 



ROBERT JACKSON BATES SMITH 

If Bates makes as much noise in the industrial world as he does with 
his motorcycle, he will be a rousing success. 

Rifle team 1-2: Captain Rifle team 1; 1st Sergeant 1: Captain 2: 
Hi-Y 2; Vice-President Hi-Y 2. 





MARY ELIZABETH SYKES 

Isn't it amazing that one so small of stature should have so much 
personality? 

Hi-Y W 2. 



CLINTON MONROE TEMPLETON 

"He reads much: he is a great observer, and he looks quite through 
the deeds of men." 



High Honor 1. 



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JAMES SHIELDS TROWBRIDGE 

Jimmie is one of those fortunate persons who has abiltiy to be a 
good athlete and an honor student as well. We are proud of you. 
Jimmie. 

Honor 1; Football 1; Track 1-2; Tennis 1-2; Winner Tennis Cham- 
pionship 2; Semi-Finals Doubles Tennis 2. 



MARY HEGGIE USRY 

When you meet a demure, yet coy and winning school teacher, you 
may rest assured that it will be our own Mary. 

Honor 1. 




LOUISE STILES VERDEL 

If there's anything in a name. Louise from gay "Paree" — will certain!) 
make a hit. Don't overlook her "maniere charmante ". 

Chemistry Club 1 ; Literary Society 2. 



THOMAS HEARNE VERDEL 

If Tom works as hard at Duke as he drilled the band at J. C. A.. h< 
will walk away with all the honors. 

First Lieutenant 1-2; Company Football 1-2; Glee Club 1-2; Spanisl 
Club 1. 



JAMES MILLER WATKINS. JR. 

James' pleasing personality and his argumentative ability make 
success as a lawyer assured. 



EVELYN RUTH WEBB 

Her red hair and even temper disprove the old adage. Her sweet dis- 
position will make her a patient and well-beloved teacher. 

Glee Club 1; Dramatic Club 1. 



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JOHN BARRY WHITNEY, Jr. 

This outstanding member of our class is popular, diligent and talented. 
Wuff said, it's Jack. 

Honor 1; Football 2; Hi-Y 2; Staff and Field Captain 1; Captain 2: 
Student Council 2; Glee Club 1-2; Science Club 1-2; Battey Medal 
Contestant 1-2; Military Editor of Rainbow 2; Charter Member of the 
Gold "R" Society; Editor-in-Chief of Musketeer 2. Debating Team 2: 
Officers' Club 1-2. 



MARTHA BARRON WILLIAMSON 

Some of the most 'dependable people are those of few words. What 
would we have done without Martha's history notes? Now, 1 ask you. 

Literary Society 1-2. 



ROSE ELIZABETH WILSON 

\ champion tennis player, and although she can't play football, she 
knows a lot about the game. 

Student Council 1-2; Hi-Y-W 1-2. 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS, JUNIOR COLLEGE OF AUGUSTA, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. 1932-1933 



POSTGRADUATES 

Gercke, Eleanor Augusta 
Hardy, William Eric 
Kitchens. Gertrude Cecelia 
Moses. Lois 
Swint, Carolyn Isabel 



GRADUATES AS OF FEBRUARY, 1933 
Otwell. Matilda Calloway 

GRADUATES AS OF JUNE, 1933 



Bacon, Mamie Beasley 
Bailie, Caroline 
Bates, Edith Louise 
Beard, William 
Bell, Harry Hill, Jr. 
Bell, William Thomas 
Brickie, Billie McCord 
Brisendine, Alvin 
Bryngelson, Sarah Alice 
Cadle, Evelyn Marie 
Carstarphen, Mildred 
Carswell, Bertha 
Caswell, Theodore D. 
Copeland, Mary Frances 
Craig, James B. 
Derrick, Helen 
Edwards, Amanda Mari'ee 
Elkins, Elizabeth 
Evans, Laura 
Fulghum, Hardy Hilliard 
Gibson. [Catherine White 
Goldstein, Isadore 
Hackel, Herschel 
Haggerty, Roberta Editha 
Harris, Lois Howard 
Harrison, Helen Bell 
Harrison, Frank Nickolas 
Henson, Margaret Lovie 
Hogan, Margaret Elizabeth 
Howard, Cluese Leverman 
Hutchinson. Elizabeth Clara 
Izlar, Carolyn Lilyan 
lames, Berdie Ella 
Kellogg, Annette 
Laird, Warren Kenneth 
Levy, J. Willie II 
Lewis, Gardelle 



Long. Henry Pyron 
Maddox, Norene Edna 
Marks. Morris Steinberg 
Moorman, Reuben S'ms Chick 
Mulherin. Francis Xavier, Jr. 
Murray, Mary Elizabeth 
Newman, Avis 
Owens, Julian Freeman 
Phillips. Mary Allen 
Pierce, Mariam Aubrey 
Pirkle, Carl James 
Pritchard, Elizabeth Turner 
Rae, Elizabeth Clark 
Rainwater, Ben Frank 
Rainwater, Mary Virginia 
Satcher, Mozelle Murphey 
Saul. William Henry 
Schneider, Meyer Mendelson 
Sims, Lewis Sterling. Jr. 
Smith, Robert Jackson Bates 
Stone, George Henry. Jr. 
Sykes, Mary Elizabeth 
Templeton. Clinton Monroe 
Trowbridge. James Shields 
Usry, Mary Heggie 
Verdel, Louise Stiles 
Verdel, Thomas Hearne 
Walker, Helen Gibbs 
Watkins, James Miller, Jr. 
Webb, Evelyn Ruth 
Whitney. John Barry, Jr. 
Williamson, Martha Barron 
Wilson, Rose Elizabeth 
Deas, Harold Morgan 
Fike. Alma Lewis 
Hallman. Margaret Elizabeth 
Knight. L'llian 



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SARAH 

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FRANCES 
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FRANK 
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GRADY 
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ELEANOR 

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MARION 
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CHARLES 
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Twenty-Three 



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DAVENPORT 
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JOHN 
DOYLE 



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JOHN 
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MARTHA 
HARDIN 



RUTH 
HARDMAN 



FRED 
HARRISON 



JUANITA 
HAYN1E 



AGNES 
HEFFERNAN 




MARY 
HULL 



JOHN 
HULSE 



WALTER 
1SENBERG 



HARRY 
JACKSON 



HARRY 
JERNIGAN 



WILLIAM 
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Twenty-Six 



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EUGENIA 
SYMMS 



JAMES 
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PECCY 
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JAMES 
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FRANCES i 
WHEELESS 



CAROLYN 
WHITE 



MARIE 
WHITNEY 





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FRESHMAN CLASS 
Junior College of Augusta 



Acton, William 
Adams, Hooper 
Allgood, Grace 
Allison, Horace 
Bailie, Anderson 
Bailey, Ed 
Bailie, John 
Ballentine, Frank 
Barksdale, Emma Butli 
Barrentine, Milton 
Battey, Louise 
Barwick, Cook 
Beane, William 
Bishop, {Catherine 
Black, Richard 
Blackstone, Louise 
Blandenburg, Billy 
Blitchington, Jack 
Blum, Elsie 
Bolgla, Julius 
Bohler, Lester 
Briggs, Theolu 
Brown, Barremore 
Brown, Emily 
Brown, Sarah 
Bruce, Frances 
Burroughs, Frank 
Clark, Job 
Corbitt, Elaine 
Corley, Allie 
Corley, Grady 
Corley, Gus 
Craig, Louise 
Cranston, Eleanor 
Culley, F. B., Jr. 
Currie, Marion 
Daley, Charles 
Daniel, Elizabeth 
Davison, Davenport 
Davison. Kathryn 
Delph, Preston 
Doremus. Frank 
Doyle, John 
Edwards, Juanita 
Egleston, DuBose 
Eve, Henry 
Faughnan, Billy 
Ferris, Martha 
Fleming, Claude 
Folsom, Lloyd 
Fooshee, Myrtle 
Force, William 



Ford, Alison 
Fulcher, Sarah 
Fulghum, Hardy 
Fulghum, Thomas 
Fullbright, Miriam 
Gerald, Edward 
Grady, Frank 
Greene, James 
Guest, Rebecca 
Hammond, Keene 
Hankinson, Owen 
Hanson, John 
Hardman, Ruth 
Hardeman, Frank 
Hardin. Martha 
Harrigal. Edward 
Harriss, Winston 
Harrison. Fred 
Haynie. Juanita 
Harris, Eva 

Heath. James 

Heffernan, Agnes 

Holley, LeRoy 

Howard, Beverly 

Hull, Mary 
Hulse, John 

Hummel], Emil 

Huntington, Dorothy 

Ingle, Roberta 

Isenberg, Walter 

Jackson, Harry 

Jernigan, Harry 

Joe, William 

Jones, Ruth 

Jopling. William 

Kale, Henrv 

Kelly, Alex 

Kelly, Dorothy 

Kessell. Edward 

Kessell, Helen 

King, George 

King, Martha Louise 

Lansdell .Addison 

Lee, Elizabeth 

Legwen, Nelle 

Leipold, Kathryn 

Levy, Tracy 

Luckey, Milton 

Martin, Henry 

Matthews, Fred 

May, Elizabeth 
Merry, Margaret 



Mize, Hamby 
Mulherin, Richard 
Mundy, Frank 
Murphey, Veronica 
McColloch, Jack 
McGahee, Vivian 
McLendon, Anne 
McRae, Roswell 
Nevin. Jane 
O'Shea, Neal 
Page, Virginia 
Powell, James 
Printup, Damascus 
Raborn, Harry 
Rawls, Katrine 
Readdy, Lucile 
Redd, Peggy 
Reed, Harriett 
Reville, Veda 
Robinson, Mary 
Russell, L. A., Jr. 
Saul, Thomas 
Shanahan, Ellen 
Sheridan, Geneva 
Sikes, Sweeney 
Smith, Sara 
Stallings, Grant 
Stallings, Robert 
Stelling, Frank 
Stephens, Jackie 
Storey, Elizabeth 
Symms, Eugenia 
Tucker, Louise 
Usry, Van 
Wade, Richard 
Walker, James 
Warren, Dixon 
Watkins, James 
Watkins, Josephine 
Wheeless, Frances 
White. Carolyn 
Whitney, Marie 
Wiggins, Anne 
Wilson, Harvey 
Williams, Carswell 
Witt. Jonnie Mae 
Wood, Fred 
Woodward. Geraldine 
Young. Homer 
2"ealy, Sam 



Connell, James 
Cutts, Ernest 
Daniel, Hinton 
Davidson, Jean 



IRREGULAR STUDENTS: 

Gay, Lester 
Haygood, Mary- 
Kemp, Charles 
Pilcher, John 



Smith, Helen 
Stafford, Luther 
Wilheit, Nellie 



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Ill loving memory of our dear school mates who were taken by death 
this year, we dedicate this page of the 1933 Rainbow. 



Bennie Smallwood Fleming, Jr. 

Freshman, Academy of Richmond County 

Born April 12, 1920— Died January 10, 1933 



Charles Lee Baker. Jr. 

Freshman, Academy of Richmond County 

Born April 15, 1918— Died March 18, 1933 



Ingalls O'Donal Thomas 

Junior, Academy of Richmond County 

Born April 18, 1916— Died April 4, 1933 



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JAMES ALONZO ADAMS 

James is a very quiet boy who hardly ever seems exriterl, thus 
showing that he has a cool head and is, therefore, sure to be a 
success. 

Noted : Sergeant. 



CLIFFORD ALEXANDER AVRETT, JR. 

"Cliff" is a boy that is rarely serious and is always fun-loving, but 
he does not neglect his studies and he is a medal winner on the 
Rifle Team. 

Noted: Second Lieutenant 4; Member of Rifle Team 4. 



FEE ERNEST BARRENTINE 

Here lately Fee caught the "Girl Fever," and he has been having 
a good time, but even after this he has managed to get by with a 
fair margin. 

Noted: Sergeant 4. 




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ROBERT EDWARD BARTON 

Robert is one of the mainstays of the band; he holds down a sax- 
ophone and a sergeant's position. 

Noted : Sergeant in Band ; Literary Society. 



JOHN CHAPMAN BELL 

John C. is just about the most outstanding boy in our class. His 
platoon often wins first place in the weekly prize drill, but the main 
thing that has made him the most outstanding boy is the fact that 
he is the first boy to get a Gold "R" in his Junior year. 

Noted: Literary Society 1, 4; High Honor 1, 2, 3: President of 
Sophomore Class 2; Basketball 2; Letter in Basketball 3, 4; Junior 
Hi-Y 2; President Junior Hi-Y 3; Academy Hi-Y 4; Glee Club 4; 
Sergeant 3; First Lieutenant 4; Vice-President Junior Class 3; Gold 
"R" 3; Rifle Team 4; Chemistry Club 4; Track 4; Company Foot- 
ball 4; Editor-in-Chief of Annual 4; President of Academy Literary 
Society 4; Student Council 2, 3. 

JOHN ROBINSON BELL 

John R. is another famous member of our class. As can be seen 
by his record he has taken part in almost all the school activities. 
He is an excellent boy and has many friends. - 

Noted: Sergeant 2; Lieutenant 3; Vice-President of Freshman 
Class 1; Member of Freshman Literary Society 1; Glee Club 2, 3; 
Chemistry Club 3; Picture Editor of Annual 3; High Honor 1; 
Honor 2; Four-year course in three years; Junior Hi-Y 2; Hi-Y 3: 
Officers" Club 3. 



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WILLIAM ALBERT BENNETT 



\lbert is a hard worker 
be a success in later life 
Richmond. 

Noted: Honor, 1, 2. 



and has made two honors. He is sure to 
if he "sticks to the guns," as he has at 



CHARLES KENNETH BOLAND 

As manager of the football team Charles was the boy that gave 
the tired players a little refreshment as often as possible. Not only 
is he welcome to the sight of the football team, but to everyone at 
Richmond as well. 

Noted: Basketball 3 years; Manager of Football Team 1 year: 
Sergeant 3, 4. 



RICHARD CAMPBELL BRYSON 

Perseverance and hard work have won Campbell his high rank in 
the Cadet Corps. Besides being a Captain he is also a medal winner 
of the Rifle Team. 

.Noted: Sergeant 3; Second Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, Cap- 
tain 4; Hi-Y 4; Football 2, 3; Sabre Club 4; Rifle Team 4; Com- 
pany Football 3, 4. 



WILLIAM FRANK BURNLEY 

Frank is another all-around boy. He stands out on the gridiron, 
is our President, and is a very high officer on the drill field. 

Noted: President Senior Class "33; Sergeant '32; First Lieuten- 
ant '32; Vice-President Student Council '33; Captain '33; Football 
"32; Annual Staff '33. 



WALTER THOMAS BUTLER 

Walter is very playful and humorous. He adds pep and glee to 
all who come in contact with him. He is very well liked by almost 
everyone in school. 

Noted: Sergeant 3; Second Lieutenant 4; Officers' Club 4. 



GROVER CLEVELAND CARTER 

Grover has come up rapidly in the military department as you can 
see by his record. He has also been out for company football two 
years and this shows that he is good in more than one line. 

Noted: Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; Lieutenant 4; Officers' Club 4; 
Company Football 3, 4. 



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JOE MARION CARTER 

Joe is a kind-hearted boy and a true friend to all who know him. 
He spends most of his time in the commercial department. 



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FRANCIS CHAUNCEY CLARK 

"Chink" is another Lieutenant that is small in stature, but we 
know the Freshmen under him are going to know their stuff next 
year. 

Noted: \i\-\ 4; Sergeant 3; First Sergeant 4; Lieutenant 4; 
Officers' Club 4; Literary Society 4; Literary Society 1. 



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VERNON EUGENE CLYDE 

"Napoleon," as Vernon was nicknamed, is one of A Company': 
famous Lieutenants. He is a good boy and an excellent friend. 

Noted: Lieutenant 4; Officers" Club 4. 




HARRY HILL COSGROVE, JR. 

Harry is a "ladies' man," but he is also a physics shark. He is 
always having some friendly little argument with Mr. Talley about 
one of the too numerous laws of physics. 

Noted: Chemistry Club 3; Officers' Club 4. 5; Corporal 2: 
First Sergeant 3; Lieutenant 4; Captain 5; Literary Society 3. 



GEORGE PIERCE CURRY. .IK. 

Pierce is a hard worker, and good student. His quiet smile is one 
to remember. 

Noted: Lieutenant 4. 



THOMAS RICHARD DANIEL 

Dick may be little in stature, but he is not little in many other 
things. Besides being a First Lieutenant he is finishing in three 
years. 

Noted: Corporal '31, '32; Lieutenant '32, '33; Golf Team '31, '32; 
Academy Literary Society "31, '32, '33; Officers' Club "33; Academy 
Hi-Y '33; Four-year course in three years. 



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JOSEPH ARTHUR DORN, JR. 

Arthur is a very quiet boy, but he is a conscientious worker and 
always ready to help a friend. 



WALLACE BAILEY DUNBAR, JR. 

Wallace likes to play tricks on anyone and everyone. He always 
has a joke to tell; therefore, our class would not seem normal with- 
out h : m. 

Noted: Freshman Literary Society 1; Sergeant 4. 



WILLIAM RANDOLPH DUNBAR 

Billy is another of the most active members in our class. He has 
made high honor for three years and been a member of various 
clubs; he is also a lieutenant in the military department. 

Noted: High Honor 1, 2, 3; Sergeant 3; Lieutenant 4; Literary 
Society 4; Glee Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Business Staff of Musketeer 4; 
Annual Staff 4; Company Football; Officers' Club 4. 



MARION WILLIAM DUNHAM 

William is a very playful sort of chap, but he is very quiet most 
of the time. He must be a "buddy" of Lieuetenant Purswell, as the 
Lieutenant is always pulling some joke on William and making him 
blush. 



JAMES FRANKLIN ELLIS, JR. 

Frank is one of the fast boys. He is finishing the four-year course 
in three years, and he has attained the rank of First Lieutenant in 
his short stay with us. 

Noted: Lieutenant 3; Highest Honor 1; High Honor 2; Clas* 
Officer 1. 



CLAUDE ANDERSON FLEMING. JR. 

Claude seems to be very quiet and has not made himself famous 
in any one field, but before long he will make himself famous in 
some unexpected way. He was graduated in February and has en- 
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JOHN BROOKS FLEMING 

".lakie" appears to he a very easy-going boy, but often as is the 
case looks are deceiving, for he is a hard-worker and stands near the 
top of his class. 

Noted: Literary Society 4; Glee Club 4; Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; 
Honor 2; Hi-Y 4; Basketball 4; Chemistry Club 4. 



ADRIAN KENNETH FORNEY 

Kenneth is one of the best all around boys in the Senior Class. 
He excels in his scholastic work as well as in athletic and military 
activities. 

Noted: High Honor 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Corporal 2; Sergeant 
3; Lieutenant 4; Student Council 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Basketball I: 
Literary Society 4; Chemistry Club 4: Business Manager of Mus- 
keteer 4; Literary Editor of Annual 4; Officers" Club 4. 



JAMES FRANKLIN FOUNTAIN 

James is one of the most outstand ng players of Coach Bolton'; 
Bullets." and he enjoys playing football anywhere at any time. 



RICHARD PHILIP FRANK 

When Richard first came to the Academy it looked as if he had 
a tendency to take it easy, but the last two years be has settled 
down to work and has done very well. 

Noted: Lieutenant 4; Musketeer Staff 4. 




GEORGE LITTLE FULLER 

It was a lucky day for us when Monroe High School lost George. 
He has done excellent work at Richmond. He won high score prize 
on the rifle team, he was on the debating team, and is an officer in the 
band. 

Noted: Business Manager of Annual 4; Literary Society 4: \ ice- 
President of Literary Society 4; Winner of Gold Medal on Rifle 
Team 4; Captain of Rifle Team 4; Sergeant in Band 4; Lieutenanl 
in Band 4; Debating Team 4; Oratorical Contest 4; Track 4; Com- 
pany Football 4; Hi-Y 4: Officers' Club. 

JAMES DANIEL GALLAHER 

Dan is a member of the fast class and has done very well even 
though he doesn't study enough to be a bookworm. He is a popular 
boy and is liked by all the members of his class. 

Noted: Honor 2; Literary Society 1, 3; Chemistry Club 3; Track 
3; Four- Year Course in three years. 



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WISTAR LAUN GRAHAM, JR. 

Laun is one of our best manual arts workers. He has advanceil 
rapidly in shop work and made many useful articles of furniture. 
He is a hard worker and is bound to be a success in later life. 

Noted: Four-year Course in three and one-half years. 



RICHARD FRANKLIN HALFORD 

Dick is interested in all the student activities. He is a member of 
most of the student societies and a lieutenant in the freshman bat- 
talion. He has been a very good student while at Richmond and 
has made a large number of friends. 

Noted: Rifle Team '32; Declamation Contest '32; Lieutenant "32, 
'33; Glee Club "33; Literary Society "33: Officers' Club '33; Chem- 
istry Club '32. 



HENRY WILLIAM HARBIN 

Henry is undoubtedly one of the best athletes that have ever been 
at the Academy. Take a look at his record and see for yourself. 
He went out for three major sports and made a letter in two of them. 

Noted: Football '30, '31, '32; Letter in Football '33; Track "31. 
'32. "33; Letter in Track '32; Basketball '29. '30; President of Stu- 
dent Council '33; Rifle Team '33; Corporal '30: Annual Staff '33. 



CHARLES PICKETT HARDY 

Charles' name surely fits him well. He is a hardy boy, a hardy 
worker, and he has made a hardy success here at the Academy. 

Noted: Honor 1, 2; Literary Society 1; Corporal 2; Sergeant 3, 4; 
Lieutenant 4; Glee Club 4; Basketball 4; Officers' Club 4; Hi-Y 4; 
Derlaimer 3. 



JAMES WALKER HARPER 

Walker likes to play at the right time, and he knows when it is 
the right time to play. He takes lis lessons seriously and has made 
an excellent scholastic record at Richmond. 

Noted: Four-year Course in three years; Honor 2; Hi-Y 2, 3. 



WALLACE DONALD HARMON 

Wallace is one of the most popular members of the student body 
and a very good student. He has worked conscientiously and has 
many friends. 




Noted: Corporal '30; Sergeant '31, 
ant '32. '33; 4th Honor Junior Year 



'32; Declamation '32; Lieuten- 
Officers' Club '32. 



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\1 VRION JOSEPH HERMAN 

Joseph came to us from C. H. S.. and although he has nol made 
am honors, be lias made a creditable record. 



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WILLIAM NICHOLAS HILDEBRANDT 

Billy is a top sergeant, but not one of the hardboiled kind. II'- i- 
graduating in three years. This is a great honor in itself. 

Noted: Honor 1; Literary Society 1: Sergeant 2; 1st Sergeant 3: 
Four-year Course in three yejis. 



JOHN WILLIAM HOLDEN 

Bill has not made any dazzling outbursts to make himseli known, 
but be is a friend to all and a very fine boy. 

Noted: Sergeant. 



CIIVRLES CLARK HOWARD, JR. 

C. C. entered A. R. C. from Hephzibah in 1930 and has done very 
well in his work. He has also made many friends. 

Noted: Corporal 4: entered A. R. C. from Hephzibah in 1930. 



CARL WILEY HOWARD 

Carl can just about do everything. He debates, declaims, plays 
company football, and is a member of the Hi-Y. He has many chums 
and is indeed a friend in need. 

Noted: Lieutenant 4; President Literary Society 3, 4: Debating 
Team 3, 4; Secretary Hi-Y 4; Track 4: Declamation Contest 4: Of- 
ficers' Club 4: Company Football 3. 4; Junior Hi-Y 3. 



ALVIN LLOYD JOHNSON 

Alvin is just about the smallest boy in the class, but he keeps the 
larger boys from running over him with his vocal prowess. 

Noted: Sixth Honor '32; Corporal in Band. 



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AUGUSTUS VINCENT KIRSCH 

"A. V." is the tennis champion of our class. What he cannot do 
in the tennis courts cannot he done. 






JOHN OSCAR KRUPP 

"John Oscar" is another fast class hoy that has attained the rank 
of Lieutenant in three years. He is headed for West Point and we 
know that before many years have passed he will be a General in 
"Uncle Sam's Army." 

Noted: Corporal 2; Sergeant 2; Lieutenant 3; Glee Club 3; Chem- 
istry Club 3; Literary Society 3; Rifle Team 3; Alternate Debating 
Team 3; Honor 1; Honor 2; Officers' Club 3; Four-year Course in 
three years. 



OLIVER HILL KUHLKE 



Oliver is a well-liked member of the senior class 
name for himself in the regimental band. 



He has made a 
Noted: Band 2, 3, 4; Lieutenant 4; Sergeant 3; Glee Club 2. 3, 4. 



WILLIAM FULGHUM LIVINGSTON 

To make Fulghum sit up and take notice say "automobiles". He 
is interested very much in them and spends all his spare time tink- 
ering with them. Some day he is going to invent an automobile that 
will get around two hundred miles to the gallon (no fooling). 



ROGERS DEMPSEY McAULIFFE 

Rogers is as quiet in physics as a boiler factory. He has become 
very popular through his ability to talk. 

Noted: Four-year Course in three years; Honor '32: Sergeant '32. 
'33; Freshman Literary Society '31. 



MARVIN HAMPTON McLIN 

Marvin is very quiet and, though not known to all of our mem- 
bers, the ones that do know him are very glad to know him, and the 
ones that do not know him are surely missing an excellent acquain- 
tance. 

Noted: Honor 1, 2; Sergeant 3. 






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JOEL BERNARD M UikS 

Step up, Ladies and Gentlemen, and naze upon the typical bard- 
boiled 1st Sergeant. "Marks" is another fast, smart special. He is 
graduating in three-and-one-half years. 

Noted: 1st Sergeant 3; Literary Society 1, 3; High Honor 2; Four- 
year Course in three-and-one-half vears. 



ARTHUR ALLEN MARYOTT 

Arthur has made good marks ever since he has been here. He is 
finishing after his third year at Richmond. 

Noted: Corporal 1: Sergeant 2; Captain 3; Basketball 3: Hi-Y 3: 
High Honor 1, 2: Officers" Club 3: Lieutenant 3. 



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LOUIS PERRY MULLIN 

L. P. will succeed in anything that he takes to accompl'sh because 
he is a hard-worker. This has been found out from his record at 
Richmond. 

Noted: Lieutenant 4; Officers' Club 4; Baseball 3. 



DORROH LEE NOWELL, JR. 

Dorroh is a typical Richmond boy. Although this is only his third 
year here, he has succeeded in making main friends. Dorroh is one 
of the officers of the senior class. He also takes part in the student 
activities. 

Noted: Honor 1, 2; Sergeant 2; Lieutenant 3; Secretary and 
Treasurer of Senior Class 3; Treasurer of Hi-Y 3; Literary Society 
1, 3; Football 3; Track 3; Officers' Club 3; Four-year Course in 
three years; Company Football 3, 4. 

JACOB PEARLSTEIN 

To hear Jack read French you would think that he is a French- 
man. He can read that horrid language as well as he can English. 
Jack has made excellent marks throughout his short stay at Rich- 
mond. 

Noted: Literary Society 1; High Honor 1; Highest Honor 2; Ser- 
geant 3; Basketball 3; LI. D. C. Contest 3; Four-year Course in three- 
and-one-half years. 



EDMUND ALLEN PENDLETON, JR. 

Allen has a quiet voice, but he is a lieutenant in A Company, and 
thai company wins most ot the prize drills, so he seems to be able to 
get a large amount of drill out of his platoon with his quiet voice. 

Noted: Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; 1st Sergeant 4; Lieutenant 4; 
Officers' Club 4; Chemistry Club 3, 4; Sergeant at Arms of Chem- 
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CRADY ALLEN POSS 

Allen is a quiet fellow, but he is a hard-worker and we know that 
lie will get there in the end. 

Noted: 1st Sergeant 4; Company Football 4. 



ANGELO JOSEPH PLINARO 

Angelo is a crackerjack in Spanish class. No one knows the rea- 
son, but he surely is an able Spanish student. He is a very popular 
hoy and a very good saxophone player. 

Noted: Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; Lieutenant 4; Officers' Club 4; 
Honor 3. 



ALBERT JULIUS ROESEL 

Albert is one of those tall handsome types that spends just enough 
time on his lessons to make the grade. Albert has one ot the mosl 
pleasing smiles in all Richmond. 

Noted: Corporal 2; Sergeant 3: Glee Club 3; Four-year Course 
in three years. 



RICHARD ARTHUR RUSSELL 

Dick is an all around good boy. He is an efficient officer, a good 
athlete, and a very much better boy. 

Noted: Corporal 3; 1st Sergeant 4; Chemistry Club 4; Lieutenant 
4; Officers - Club 4; Glee Club 4. 



JOSEPH PAUL SCARBOROUGH 

During his stay at Richmond, Joseph has shown the stuff that makes 
for success. The fellows appreciate his work and his friendship, and 
all wish him all the good luck possible. 

Noted: Corporal 3; Sergeant 4. 



GEORGE EDWARD SPEERING, Jr. 

George looks as if he has been eating grape-nuts all his life be- 
cause he is a small Hercules. George has made many friends through- 
out the entire school. 

Noted : Sergeant 3. 



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EDWIN STUDLKY SMITH. JR. 

Studley may seem to be quiet in (lie classroom, bill don't gel rough 
with him because he sure is a crackshot with a rifle. Studley is one 
(if the leading members of the Rifle Team. 



Noted: Corporal: Honor 1, 
\ea< Course in three years. 



Member of Rifle Team 3: Four 



HENRY LOWREY STULB 

Lowrey's most outstanding ability is on the drill field. Although 
this is only his third year at Richmond he has acquired the position 
of captain. 

Noted: High Honor 1, 2; Sergeant 2; Captain 3; Corporal 1; 
Hi-Y 3; Officers' Club 3; Lieutenant 3; Four-year Course in three 
years. 



WILLIAM THIGPEN 

Boys, look out, for this boy can shoot a rifle. William has been 
on the Rifle Team for two years and holds one of the highest posi- 
tions on the team. 

Noted: Sergeant 2, 3. 4; Rifle Team 3, 4. 



GUY BOWEN TOOLE 

Guy is a real contribution to the senior class. He has taken an 
active part in football as well as in military activities. 

Noted: Vice-President of Freshman Class 1; Sergeant 3; Base- 
hall 4; Letter in Football 5; Spring Football 5; Student Council 5: 
Lieutenant 5; Musketeer Staff 5. 



THOMAS FLORIMOND TOOMEY 

Tom is truly a fine boy. Everything that he attempts to do he 
does well. Mr. Kennedy has picked him as the best bookkeeper in 
school. 



JOSHUA JORDAN TRAYLOR, JR. 

Jordan has as many friends as any one in the Academy mainly be- 
cause he is such a fine boy. He can mix well with any one and en- 
joy himself and make others enjoy themselves with him. 



Noted: Corporal 2; Sergeant 3. 



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GEORGE SHACKELFORD TWIGGS 

George has not been at Richmond all dining his high school career. 
but we respect him because he is a real power-house. 



JOHN EVERETT WIGGINS 

J. E. is a conscientious worker, especially in physics. He is the 
kind of boy that Mr. Talley likes, for he gets his physics lesson 
every day. 

Noted: Four-year Course in three-and-one-half years; High Honor 
1. 2; Corporal 3. 



JOHN CLEVE YEARTY 

"Tuffy" is a friend to everybody in the school. He has made him- 
self famous as an athlete. 

Noted: "B" Varsity Football "30: Varsity Football '31, "32; 
Basketball '31; 1st Lieutenant '31, "32; Officers" Club "31, '32. 



S. LESTER GAY, Special Student. 
Noted: Major 5. 




ALLEN H. MARTIN, Special Student. 
Noted: Major .">. 



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SENIOR CLASS 
Academy of Richmond County 



Graduates as of February. 1933 

Joseph Marion Carter, Jr. 
Augustus Harrison Corley. Jr. 
Hinton Crawford Daniel 
Preston Ioor Delph 
John Joseph Doyle 
Claude Anderson Fleming, Jr. 
James Franklin Fountain 
Albert Walter Gilchrist 
Oscar Waldemar Kuehnel 
William Robert McLin 
Henry Calhoun Webb 
Fred Leonidas Wood, Jr. 
John Cleve Yearty 

Graduates as of June, 1933 

James Alonzo Adams 
Clifford Alexander Avrett. Jr. 
Fee Ernest Barrentine 
Robert Edward Barton 
John Chapman Bell 
John Robinson Bell 
Herman Marshall Bennett 
William Albert Bennett 
Charles Kenneth Boland 
Richard Campbell Bryson 
William Frank Burnley 
Walter Thomas Butler, Jr. 
Grover Cleveland Carter 
Francis Chauncey Clark 
Vernon Eugene Clyde 



Harry Hill Cosgrove, Jr. 
George Pierce Curry, Jr. 
Thomas Richard Daniel 
Joseph Arthur Dorn, Jr. 
Wallace Bailey Dunbar, Jr. 
William Randolph Dunbar 
Marion William Dunham 
James Franklin Ellis, Jr. 
John Brooks Fleming 
Adrian Kenneth Forney 
Richard Philip Frank 
George Little Fuller 
James Daniel Gallaber 
Wistar Laun Graham, Jr. 
Richard Franklin Halford 
Henry William Harbin 
Charles Pickett Hardy 
James Walker Harper 
Wallace Donald Harmon 
Marion Joseph Herman 
William Nicholas Hildebrandt 
John William Holden 
Charles Clark Howard, Jr. 
Charles Langhorne Howard, Jr. 
Carl Wiley Howard 
Alvin Lloyd Johnson 
Wyke Cleveland Ivey, Jr. 
Augustus Vincent Kirsch 
John Oscar Krupp 
Oliver Hill Kuhlke 
George Lovic Lake 



Marvin Fraser LaPrade 
William Fulghum Livingston 
Rogers Dempsey McAuliffe 
Marvin Hampton McLin 
Joel Bernard Marks 
Arthur Allen Maryott 
George Albert Mills, Jr. 
Louis Perry Mullin 
Dorroh Lee Nowell. Jr. 
Jacob Pearlstein 
Edmund Allen Pendleton, J 
Grady Allen Poss 
Antoin Bernard Prontaut, Ji 
Angelo Joseph Punaro 
Albert Julius Roesel 
Richard Arthur Russell 
Joseph Paul Scarborough 
George Edward Speering, Jr. 
Edwin Studley Smith, jr. 
William Alexander Steed 
Royal Charles Edgar Stokely, 
1 iniy Lowry Stulb 
William Erastus Thigpen 
Guy Bowen Toole 
Thomas Florimond Toomey 
Joshua Jordan Traylor. Jr. 
George Shackelford Twiggs 
Preston Livingston Moring 
John Everett Wiggins 



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CLASS OF 1934, JUNIORS 
Session of 1932-33, A. R. C 

LEIPOLD, C President 

Pierce, B. Vice-President 

Tiller, Francis — - Secretary-Treasurer 



Adams, L. 
Baggs, J. 
Bailey, C. J. 
Bailie, J. 
Baldowski, C. 
Barnard, Ben 
Barnes, G. B. 
Barnes, Linton 
Bell, Joe 
Bell, L. 
Bell, W. 
Bennett, D. 
Bernard, E. J. 
Bignon, C. 
Bills, C. E. 
Bishop, H. 
Blackwell, W. 
Blanos, G. 
Blum, S. 
BolyardJ. 
Bryant, L. A. 
Brown, J. 
Bruce, A. 
Bryson, E. H. 
Burns, B. 



Calhoun, A. 
Cassella, V. 
Chandler, H. B. 
Coleman, C. 
Daley, D. 
Daley, Robert 
Daniel, B. 
Dasher, M. 
Davenport, J. 
Deal, C. 
Deas, J. 
Denny, W. 
Dixon, A. 
Dockins, C. 
Dorn, W. 
Dunn, D. 
Durden, .S 
Evans, Eugene 
Earr, Chas. 
Garrard, C. 
Goode, Joe 
Gormley, A. 
Gracey, R. 
Griffin, George 
Glover, C. 



1 9 3 3 



Forty-Six 



The Rainbow 



Hair, Q. 
Hall, H. 
Hamilton, F. 
Hargrove, F. 
Hargrove, R. 
Harter, J. 
Heffernan, W. H. 
Henderson, H. 
Holley.J. 
Hoover, J. 
Howard, C. L. 
Hughes, G. 
Hutto, R. L. 
Jackson, W, 
Jenkins, R. 
Joplin, J. 
Jordan, J. 
Kale, C. 
Kirkpatrick, D. 
Kitchens, Wrn. 
Lang, C. A. 
Layfield, E. 
Lazenby, O. 
Leaphart, E. C. 
Leipold, C. 
Lively, Joe 
Lunday, H. 
Markwalter, . 
Masters, John 
Melton, J. 
Mills, A. 
Mills, G. 
Moye, D. 
McDaniel, B. 
McDonald. J. 
McFaden, D. 
McLelland, E. 
McLin, M. 
McManus, A. 
McWatty, E. 
Neal. H. 
Nichols, J. 
Oliver, Jack 
0"Shea,J. 
Owens, J. 
Pardue, W. 
Parker, Durhan 
Peterson, E. J. 
Phillips, K. 
Pierce, Ben 
Pierce, Frank 



, Joe 



Plunkett, J. 
Pollard, Willard 
Pritchard, R. 
Rainwater, F. 
Reed, W. 
Redd. P. 
Reeves, A. 
Rizer, C. 
Roberts, Henry 
Roesel, A. 
Roper, R. 
Rossignol, P. 
Rox.J. 
Salley, R. 
Savage, W. 
Scavens, M. 
Scott, F. 
Seago, G. 
Shanahan, J. 
Sheehan, J. 
Silver, D. 
Skinner, J. P. 
Slaton, J. 
Spaulding, J. 
Speering, J. 
Sprott, T. Z. 
Stanford, P. 
Steadman, H. 
Taylor, F. 
Tant, Jas. 
Tiller, Francis 
Tiller, Frank 
Timm, F. 

Timmerman, Harry 
Trommerhauser, C. 
Usry, Billy 
Vaughan, C. 
Wallace, M. 
Wallace, W. 
Walker, C. 
Walters, C. 
Watkins, Walter 
Weigel, Dan 
Welch, M. 
Wiggins, J. 
Wilheit, P. 
Wilheit, T. 
Wilson, W. 
Wright, L. 
White, W. N. 



1933 



Forty-Seven 



The Rainbow 




CLASS OF 1935, SOPHOMORE CLASS 
Session 1932-33, A. R. C. 

Nelson, C President 

Grady, T i Vice-President 

Boyd, C - Secretary-Treasurer 



Adams. D. L. 
Aldrich. C. 
Anderson, H. 
Anderson, J. C. 
Anderson, R. 
Anderson. T. 
Andrews, H. 
Antonokos, C. 
Austin, S. 
Avery, J. 
Bailey, G. 
Baker, H. 
Baldowski, C. A. 
Barinouski. va . 
Baushman. W. 
Bell'. V. 
Binns, C. 
Blanchard. G. 
Black. M. 
Bland. W. 



Boatright, A. 
Bothwell, J. 
Boyd, C. 
Brantley, C. 
Brodeur, E. 
Broome. \\ . 
Buck. C. 
Buford. J. 
Burroughs. A 
Carroll. R. 
Carswell, J. 
Cawley, \ . 
Chisolm. L. 
Clark, V. 
Clary. T. 
Collins, L. 
Cone. L. 
Conlon, L. 
Cnoper. A. 
Corr. E. 



Covar, A. 
Crouch, Leroy 
Daley, John 
Daley. Randolph 
Davison. A . 
Day, A. 
Dean. C. 
Deas. Frank 
deMedicis. H. 
Devvitt, Joe 
Dooley. Julian 
Doremus, A. 
Evans, Tracy 
Dunawav, R. 
Faughnan, D. 
Ferramosco. J. 
Ferramosco. 0. 
Florie, W. 
Folsom. A. 
Fogle. E. 



Forbes, G. 
Force, Gene 
Forney, Bill 
Fortune, C. 
Fortune, J. 
Franklin, D. 
Fulghum, K. 
Fuller. McD. 
Fuller. Wm. 
Gaines, Henry 
Garten, L. 
Gavalos, V. 
Givens, L. 
Granade. R. 
Grady, T. 
Grantham. J. 
Grealish, L. 
Greene, W. 
Griffin. F. 
Grizzell, R. 



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Forty Eight 



The Rainbow 



Hall, J. B. 
Hamilton, B. 
Hancock, C. 
Hardin, Wm. 
Harries, Bud 
Hardy, Geo. 
Hatcher, E. 
Harvley, G. 
Haynie, Wm. 
Haywood, Wm. 
Heath, G. 
Heath, Jerome 
HefTernan, J. 
Hill, T. 
Hinson, J. 
Hinson, Ned 
Holbrook, D. 
Holley, F. 
Hooper. F. 
Howard. B. L. 
Hungerpillar. J. 
Hutson. Wm. 
Inman. 0. B. 
Jeffcoat, H. 
Jenkins, C. 
Jenkins, F. C. 
Johnson, M. 
Kale. W. A. 
Kendrick, Ed 
Kendrick, L. 
Kino;. Billie 
Kreisberg, M. 
Krewson. J. 
Lackman. J. 
Lamb, S. 
Lanier, J. 



Leary, R. 
Lee, L. 
Lemon, C. 
Levy, V. 
Lewis, Joe 
Lombard, G. 
Loner, H. 
Love, F. 
Maddox, A. 
Maddox. Larl 
Marshall, G. 
Masters, Leon 
Mattison, W. A. 
Meeler, Wm. 
Metts, A. L. 
Miller, Roger 
Mitchell. E. 
Mobley. J. H. 



Montgomerv. 
Moran, E. 
Morris. A. 
Moss, G. 
Morris, S. 
Mulherin, B. 
Murphey. L. 
Murray, F. 
Newman, R. 
Norman, C. 
O'Bvrne. C. 
O'Connor. A. 
Odom. J. H. 
O'Hara. E. 
Orr. Wm. 
Ottinger. J. 
Pague, B. L. 
Pardue. J. 



I.. 



Pardue, M. 
Pearre, ^. 
Pember, F. 
Pereyra, J. 
Peters, H. 
Pierce, Wm. 
Pitts, C. 
Popkin, H. 
Pollard, \\ . 
Punaro, A. B. 
Pope. J. C. 
Purkall. M. 
Raborn, J. 
Rae, L. 
Redd. Otis M. 
Redd. R. 
Rhode,s G. 
Ricketson, M. 
Rinker, C. 
Rogers, B. 
Rountree, M. 
Rupert, J. 
Rupp, C. 
Sanders, T. 
Saye, S. 
Scheuler, G. 
Scoggins. R. 
Senn, T. 
Sherman, T. 
Sheridan. L. 
Silas. R. 
Skinner. A. 
Smith, Jack 
Smith. Robert 
Speth. L. 
Stellino-. Edw. 



Stephens, Paul 
Stokeley, Meral 
Stulb, Joe 
Tanenbaum, J. L. 
Tebow, J. E. 
Thomas, A. 
Thompson, C. 
Thompson. L. 
Toole, G. 
Turner, J. C. 
Turner. R. 
Tyson, Bill 
Uhl, G. 
Waller, S. 
Walker, R. 
Walton, T. 
Ware, F. 
Watkins, Mark 
Waterhouse. J. >,. 
Wheatley, A. 
White, Edw. 
White, W. 0. 
Williams, H. L. 
Wilson, Joe 
Woo, Hon 
Young. Wm. 



Nelson, C. 
Moore, Willard 
Woodward. Brook* 
Crumlev. Jolhn 
McElvanie. S. 
McLartv, R. 
Pirkle. W. 
Greene. B. 
Lamback. C. H. 



1933 



Forty-Nine 



The Rainbow 




CLASS OF 1936, FRESHMAN CLASS 
Session 1932-33, A. R. C. 

BeARDEN, C President 

Kelly, G Vice-President 

Hewett, J Secretary -Treasurer 

Adkins. S. Branch. C. E. Culley, F. Garren, J. 

Allen. H. Briscoe. A. Crozier, F. Garrett. H. 

Allgood, R. Brotherton, C. Cunningham. B. Garrett, R. 

Allen. R. Brown, C. Cunnnigham. M. Gardner, W.C. 

Amick, J. Bryans, I. Curry. F. Gary. B. 

Angelakos, G. Bryngleson. T. Curtis..!. Gary. .1. 

Vnsley,H.C. Bryson. J. Daley. G. Gavalos,T. 

Antonopolous, G. Buck. C. Davidson, E. Ghann. O. 

\tkinson, J. Buck, W. Davis, A. W. Gihson, C. 

Antwine, C. Burton. B. Dicks. H. C'llion, S. 

Avery. M. Busbia, E. H. Dinkins, D. Gillman, S. 

Baggs, Wm. Bussey, J. Dockins. B. Clover. G. 

Bailie. Charles Butler, J Drane, S. Godowns. C. 

Bailie, R. Butler, Win. Dukes,M. Goddard, W. 

Baker. J. B. Butler. Wilton Dunaway. R. Goldstein, M. 

Baker, T. Calhoun. Win. Duran. V. Goodwin. C. 

Barber, P. Carpenter. F. Durst. F. Gregg. 11. 

Barden. W. Carter. H. Dyches, D. Griffin, L. 

Bateman. C. Carstarphen. Frank Dye, C. Gulledge, G. 

Beall, G. Cave. E. Eavenson, C. Gwinn, C. 

Bearden, C. Chandler. B. Economos, S. Hall, C. 

Beckworth, C. Chancy, C. Edenfield, R. Hall. Jas. E. 

Bedle, R. Clark. H. Edmunds. W. Hall, Jno. E. 

Belger. P. Clecklev. J. T. Egleston,M. Hall, Jno. R. 

Bennett. J. Coffield, L. Elliott, R. Hall. L. 

Beverley. J. Collins. P. Ellis. R. Hammond..!. 

Blitch. A. Connell. Jerome Evans. W. Hancock. J. 

Boozer, J. D. Cook. John Enni-. P. Hancock, W. 

Boswell, E. F. Cooper, D. Ferris. R. Ilanlev. R. 

Boulineau, F. Corbitt.J. Fletcher, A. Harrison. P. 

Bowles. D.J. Council, R. Fletcher, W. Hartley. J. 

Bowman, L. Crawford. H. Fox, H. E. Harveston, G. 

Boyd, C. Crawford, G. Freeman, E. Hayden. E. 

Boyd, D. Crenshaw. A. C. Fulghum, H. Heath, F. 

Bradley, W. Crouch, N. Gannaway, T. Heath, O. 



1933 



Fifty 




















I;:;::::;::::::::::: 


The Rainbow 




♦ 




Heggie, .1. 


Mil 


s.J. C. Richards, M. 


Wheatley. S. 




1 1 


Ilewelt, .1. 


Mitchell. B. Richardson, J 


Whitley, A. 


11 


j 1 


Hill, M. 


Moody. E. Riley. F. 


Widener, J. 


II 


1 1 


Hill, T. 


Moore, G. Rinker, G. 


Wilhelm. 0. 


11 


11 


Hinson. T. .1. 


Morgan, R. Roberts. \ . 


Williams, A. L. 


II 


II 


Holley. ( :. 


Morgan, \\ . Robertson, F 


Williams, C. W. 


ll 


i § 


Houston. C. 


Moore, J. Robinson, II. 


Williams, G. 


1 1 


1 1 


Howard, E. 


Morris. T, Rosier. J. \\ . 


Williams, G. 


11 


i| 


Howard, Jack 


Moss, L. Ronton, J. 


\\ illiams, H. 


1 1 


|| 


Howard. Julian 


Mulligan. J'. Rucker, J. 


Williamson, G. 


II 


II 


Howard. L 


Munn, Ben Sam-ken, G. 


Williamson, H. 


ll 


11 


Howell, L. 


Murray. M. Sancken, H. 


Wilson, G.' 


II 


11 


Howard, Sam 


Mc( lauley, T. B. Sasser, E. 


Winn, F. 


II 


|j 


Howe, Bill 


McDowell..!. Scarr, B. 


Wood. Win. 


11 


1! 


Hutson, Lamar 


Met ree, E. Scoggins, W. 


Woodward, C. T. 


11 


ll 


Hushes, G. 


McKinley, J. Scott, L. 


Woodward, L. 


11 


H 


Humphrey, F. 


McManus. C. Scurlock, B. 


Woodward, W. 


11 


11 


Hunter, A. 


McTyre, M. Seago, W. 


Wright, D. 


II 


|i 


Inglelt. R. 


Newman, P. Seigler, Joe 


Wright. S. 


II 


jl 


lnglett, J. 


Sew ion, R. Seigler, M. 


Wyatt. W. 


11 


ll 


Ivey. C. 


Nichols, L. C. Seigler, P. 


W'yalt. Wm. 


II 


j j 


Jackson, A. 


Norris, T. Seigler, W. 


^ oung, Edward 


II 


1 1 


Jackson, A. 


Norvell, E. Simon, L. 


Young, Emory 


II 


j| 


Jakes, W. 


Norvell, P. Smith, C. 


Youn, E. 


II 


1 j 


Jarrett, E. L. 


Olive, R. L. Smitherman. 


R. \ oung, Frank 


1! 


11 


Johnston. J. W. 


Owens, D. Smith, Conra 


1 ^ oung. Jack 


|1 


11 


Johnson, T. B. 


Owens, H. Smith, Mahon Young, J. W. 


11 


H 


Jones, K. 


Owens, J. Snellings, J. 


Young, James 


11 


1 1 


Jordan, E. 


Pague, B. L. Spears, J. 




|| 




1 1 


Keels, J. H. 


Pardue. B. Stelling, C. 


Battle, C. 


1 1 


11 


Kelly, Gordon 


Pardue, J. H. Stelling, H. 


Clark. W. 


1 1 


ll Kelly, Jack 


Parker, H. Stevens. Bill ie Counts, L. 


|| 


|j 


Kellv. Herman 


Parker, Leroy Stewart, W. 


Evans, F. 


II 


M 


Kelly, Wm. 


Parris, C. R. Stone, Jack 


Fitzgerald. J. 


11 


ii 


Kennedy, W. 


Patterson, 0. Stone. L. 


Foxx, J. 


|| 


11 


Kerr, J. 


Paulk, L. Stroupe, B. 


Gay. E. 


|| 


11 


King. W. 0. 


Paulos, G. Stulb. C. 


Goodwin. J. H. 


II 


|| 


Kitchens. E. 


Paulos, H. Swindell, H. 


Graham. S. 


|| 


|| 


Lamb, T. 


Paulos, J. G. Summerall, G. Glover. E. P. 


|| 


|| 


Lamback, V. 


Pearre, H. Sutton, C. 


Hannah. S. 


11 


|| 


Lee, Bothwell 


Pennock, F. Taylor, E. 


Hill, J. 


1 1 


11 


Lee, Elvin 


Perry, J. Theavos. D. 


Holsenback, J. 


11 


|| 


LeSeur, Ben 


Petrea, E. Thigpen, S. H. Hughes, Lamar 


j| 


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Lever, Jesse 


Phillips, .1. \\ . Tomlin, Roger Hushes, L. 


|| 


1| 


Levy, I. C. 


Pierce, C. Toomey, J. 


Kerr, Gene 


|j 


|| 


Lewis, E. 


Pollard, H. Towns, P. 


Mackey, E. 


1 1 


|| 


Lewis, J. 


Pollard, J. Toole. P. 


Moore, E. 


1 1 


11 


Lewis, W. 


Pomerance, E. Tjovaras, J. 


Neal, T. 


1 1 


|| 


Linson, P. 

Logue, B. 


Pomerance, L. Tinner, C. 
Pope. F. Turner. L. 


Owens, S. 
Patterson. C. 


11 


M 


Long, B. 


Popkins, H. Tyce, Louis 


Phillips. R. 


II 


|| 


Lowe. E. R. 


Lowell, C. Tyson. Sam 


Reid, R. 


|| 


ll 


Maher.M. 


Powell, J. VanDyke,C. 


Richardson, R. 


ll 


|| 


Maloney, S. 


Powell, L. Yelix. J. 


Silas, E. 


II 


| | 


Marioni. F. 


Price, W. Verdery, Bill 


Simms, B. 


1 1 


11 


Markwalter. C. 


Rainwater. B. Verdery. 0. 


Thornburg, J. 


|| 


ll 


Markwalter. D. 


Rainwater. J. Vidler, J. 


I immerman. I. 


|| 


= = 


Martin, G. 


Redd, A. Von Kamp, H. Tvart B 


1 1 


| | 


Martin, W. 


Redd.B. Walker, M. 


Walker, C. 


1 1 


II 


Mason, J. 


Red, Jack Walker, W. 


Whitehead, 0. 


11 


1 1 


May, W. 


Reese, J. Waller, E. 


Wilk, C. 


= 1 


1 1 


\leiian, S. 


Reid. W. Weathers, H 


Pollard. H. 


|| 


1 1 


Meeles, (.. 


Reynolds, J. Watkins. R. 


Boswell,C. 


|| 


|| 


Meyers, \\ . 


Rhoades, Billy Weeks, C. 


Smith. E. 


1 = 


= 1 


Vletts, R, 


Rhodes. F. Weinstein, A 




H 


I 


.Meyer, J. 


Rhodes. J. \\ haley, L. 




IS 


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1933 


ss - 


♦ 




"""" "" , 







Fifty One 



II I ft' Mill 



The Rainbow 



mm i n i 




REGIMENT 



1933 



Fifty-Two 




Military 



Fijty-Three 



The Rainbow 




Lif.iit. Sam Purswell, U. S. A. 
Commandant 



Sgt. John Leipold, U. S. A. 

Assistant 



«> 




THE REGIMENT 



193 3 



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The Rainbow 






Ilk 

FIELD AM) STAFF 
Cadet Corps of J. C. A. and A. R. C. 

Richard J. Wade — - Cadet Colonel 

Miss Mildred Carstarphe.n Regimental Sponsor 

Gardelle Lewis Lieutenant Colonel 

Miss Harriett Reed Sponsor 



1933 



Fifty-Five 



The Rainbow 




ft 







ryo -c\ % 




Maj 



ors 



1st BATTALION 

S. Lester Gay 

Miss Mary Harveston. 

Sponsor 



2nd BATTALION 

W. Frank Burnley 

Miss Elizabeth Rinker. 

Sponsor 

Regimental Staff 



3rd BATTALION 

Allen H. Martin 

Miss Myrtis Murphy 

Sponsor 



CAPTAIN (REGT. AD.IT.i 

Fred L. Wood 

Miss {Catherine Bishop 

Sponsor 

CAPTAIN (PLANS AND TRAINING) 
Charles Daley 
Miss Evelyn Bennett 
Sponsor 



CAPTAIN (SUPPLY i 

Harry H. Cosgrove 

Miss Catherine Davidson 

Sponsor 

SERGEANTS 
C. A. Lang 
C. A. Leipold 
Henry C. Harbin 



1933 



Fifty-Six 



i (I 



The Rainbow 



f$ ft ri 




BAND AND BUGLE CORPS 



CAPTAIN 

James P. Walker 

Miss Mariam Pierce. 

Sponsor 

Barton, R. 
Chandler, Harold 
Dunn, David 



Anderson, J. C. 



Adams, D. 
Anderson, T. 
Atkinson, C. 
Baggs, B. 
Battle, C. 
Bolyard, J. 
Buford, J. 
Connell, J. 
Corbett. J. 



1st LIEUTENANTS 

Angelo J. Punaro 

Tom Verdel 

SERGEANTS 
Dasher, Marion 
Henderson, Harold 
McFaden, D. H. 

CORPORALS 

Kirkpatrick, Donald 

PRIVATES 

DeMedicis, H. 
Fulgham, K. 
Gaines, H. 
Gary, Bert 
Gavalas, T. 
Hall, J. 
Hartley, J. 
Jones, K. 
Lazenby, O. 

INSTRUCTOR OF BAND 
D. M. Linen] 



2nd LIEUTENANTS 

Fred Hamilton 

George Fuller 

Oliver H. Kuhlke 



lvey, W. C. 
Steed. W. A. 



Morris. B. A. 



Mason, J. 
Moore, G. 
Moore, J. 
Parrish, C. 
Sanders, J. T. 
Stevens, B. 
Von Kamp, H. 
Weidner, J. 



1933 



Fifty-Seven 



IMlfl 1IIU.IIIM111 Illl >H II II li ii I 



The Rainbow 




44 A I' 



CAPTAIN 

John C. Stephens 

Miss Margaret Jernigan 

Sponsor 



Adams, James 
Barrentine, Fee 



Company "A 

1st LIEUTENANT 
Oscar W. Kuehnel 



1st SERGEANT 
Charlie C. Coleman 

SERGEANTS 

Boland, Charles 
Joplin, Jack 



2nd LIEUTENANTS 

Vernon Clyde 
E. Allen Pendleton. Jr. 



Reed, Patrick 
Roesel, Albeit 



CORPORALS 



Bennett, Dan 
Deas, Joe 
Durden. Sam 
Owens, John N. 



Spaulding, Jack 
Smith, Studley 
Wallace, Martin 
Wiggins. J. E. 



Bailey, Charles 
Bailey, J. H. 
Bell, Joe 
Bell, Vincent 
Bennett, William 
Bignon, C. 
Bishop, H. 
Blackwell, W. 
Bothwell, J. H. 
Burroughs, Arthur 
Carpenter, F. 
Conlon, Louie 
DeWitt. Joe E. 
Daley, Robert E. 
Dunham, William 
Evans, Tracy L. 
Ferramosca, Joe 
Force, E. 
Florie, Walter 



PRIVATES 

Gallaher, Dan 
Glover, Chester 
Graham, Laun 
Fleming, John B. 
Haywood, W. 
Hatcher, Stanley 
Harmon. W. D. 
Heffernan, William 
Herman. M. J. 
Lanier, James 
Lively, Joe 
Livingston, W. F. 
Kirsch, A. V. 
Jenkins, C. M. 
Masters, M. 
McDonald, J. 
Metts, A. 
Mills, G. A. 
Mills. R. 



Moye, David 
Pardue, W. F. 
Parker, Durham E. 
Phillips, K. 
Pollard. 11. 
Pollard, Warren 
Pollard, Willard 
Roper, Ralph 
Rupert, John 
Starlings, George 
Scott, F. 
Thomas, 1. 
Traylor, Jordan 
Twiggs, George 
Walker, Carlisle 
Watkins. Walter A 
Yearty, John 



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Company "B" 



CAPTAIN 

Fred L. Harrison, Jr 

Miss Mary Hull, 

Sponsor 



1st LIEUTENANT 

John C. Bell 

2nd LIEUTENANTS 

Kenneth Forney 

Guy Toole 



1st SERGEANT 
Billy Hildebrandt 



Brown, Jack C. 
Burgamv, Herman 



SERGEANTS 

Howard, Charles 
Neal. Frank W. Jr. 



Scarborough, Joseph 
Thigpen, William 



Adams, J. L. 
Buck, Charles 
Burns, Ben W. 
Garten, Leonard 



CORPORALS 



Grady Truetlen 
Kitchens, W. E. 
Mobley, H. James 
Sterling, Edward 



Austin, Stewart 
Bell, Louis 
Barnard, Ben 
Brodeur, E. 
Broome, B. William 
Carswell, J. J. 
Dean, Carlisle S. 
Dorn, Wallace 
Fair, Charles G. 
Ferramosca, Oreste 
Folsom, A. 
Garrat, Crawford C. 
Ghann, Otis 
Griffin, L. Frank 
Hair, Quinby 
Hall, Luther 
Hamilton, Billy 



PRIVATES 

Jenkins, R. 
Kerr, Jack 
Kreisberg, Meyer 
Layfield, M. E. Jr. 
Loner, Hugh 
McColloch, Jack 
Mitchell, Edgar 
Montgomery, Lee 
Morris, Simeon 
Nichols, John 
0"Hara, Eugene 
Oliver, Jack C. 
Orr, William Claude 
O'Shea, James 
Ottinger, Julius 
Pierce, Benjamin E., 
Punaro, A. B. 



Jr. 



Rae, Lloyd A. 
Ro\, John A. 
Kucker. Jack 
Seago, George 
Senn, Thompson 
Scavens, Mitchell, J. 
Scoggins, Woodrow 
Seigler. Joe 
Sheridan, Liddon 
Slaton, F. John 
Speering, George 
Steadman, Henry E. 
Thomas, Arthur 
Welsh, Marvin H. 
^ oung, Jimmie 



1933 



Fifty-Nine 



The Rainbow 




CAPTAIN 

Sam H. Zealv 

Miss Ruth Jones 

Sponsor 



Baldowski, Clifford 
Jackson. Bill 



Company "E' 

1st LIEUTENANT 
llinton C. Daniel 



1st SERGEANT 
Daley. David 

SERGEANTS 

Pritchard, Ralph 
Prontaut, A. Bernard 



2nd LIEUTENANTS 

Clifford Avrett 

Richard \. Russell 



Speering, Johnnie 
Timm, Fred 



CORPORALS 



Baggs, James 
Bailey, Giles 
Calhoun, Alex 
Daley. John J. 



Griffin, Frank 
Hill. Thomas G. 
Lombard, George 
Young, William L. 



PRIVATES 



Baker, Thomas M. 
Barinowski, Walter M. 
Bland, Warren 
Boyd, Charles 
Brantly, G. R. 
Busbia, Eugene 
Clark, Verdery 
Cone, Lloyd 
Crawford, George 
Crumbly, John 
Ferris, John R. 
Gardner, Walter C. 
Goldstein, Meyer 
Grealish, Lawrence 
Harries, A. S. 
Holley. Fredrick W. 
Humphrey, Francis 



Hutson, William 
Ivey, Charles E. 
Jenkins, F. C. 
Johnson, Martin 
Johnson, Tyler B. 
Kale, W. A. 
Kendrick. J. L. 
King, Billy 
Krewson, John 
Lowe, Roger 
Maddox, Audley 
Maddox, Earl S. 
Martin, William 
Meeler, William ] 
Moss, Gordon T. 
O'Connor, Arthur 
Pereyra, James 



F. 



Purkall, Marion 
Rogers, Bruce 
Rountree, Morgan 
Kupp, Charles 
Sherman, Thomas 
Smith, Coleman 
Smith, Jack 
Stephens, Paul 
Tebow, James 
Thompson, Charles 
Tyson, William A. 
Velix, J. 
Ware, Forest D. 
Wilson, Joe 
Whitelev. Addie 



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The Rainbow 




Company "T' 



CAPTAIN 
Luther H. Stafford 

Miss Sarah Sincken 
Sponsor 



1st LIEUTENANT 
William Faughnan 

1st SERGEANT 
William Blandenherg 



2nd LIEUTENANTS 

William Dunbar 

Carl Howard 



Doi'kins, Clayton 
Dunbar, Wallace 



SERGEANTS 
Grablowsky, Ben 
Hargrove, Fred 



Jordan, J. C. 

Tiller, Franc'? 



CORPORALS 



Cooper, Alva 
Franklin, David 
Grizzell. Roy 
Love, Fleming 



Moran. Elliott 
? hanahan, .lames 
Stulb, T. J. 
White. Ed. W. 



Aldridge, Ed. C. 
Anderson, R. 0. 
Baker, H. K. 
Barber, Preston 
Boswell, E. F. 
Briscoe, A. L. 
Chisholm, Leland 
Crenshaw, E. C. 
Daley, Randolph 
Dooley, Julian M. 
Eavenson. Charles 
Edmunds, W. F. 
Forbes, George \\ . 
Fuller, William 0. 
Garrett, Bob 
Gillian. Steve 



PRIVATES 

Hooper, Frank H. 
Hall, James B. 
Hardy, George 
Haynie, William H. 
Holbrook, Drukelle 
Holley, Jack 
Howard, Ed. E. 
Inman. 0. B. 
Jeffcoat, Harry 
Lemon, Cecil 
Lewis, Joe 
McLelland, Eben 
Mitchell, B. C. 
Murphy, Louis 
Murray, Francis F. 
Nelson, Curtis 
Newman, Ralph 



Pardue. John I'. 
Petrea, Ebbie 
Pitts, C. H. 
Ricketson, Mar'on 

Skinner. Charles A. 
Swindell. H. W. 
Smith, Robert H. 
Tanenbaum, J. L. 
Tiller. Frank 
Turner. Robert L. 
Tyson, Sam 
Waller, Sam 
Walton. T. P. 
Waterhouse, John N. 
White, William 0. 
Williams. H. L. 



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The Rainbow 




CAPTAIN 

H. Lowrey Stulb 

Miss Florence Bailey, 

Sponsor 



Allen, Louie 
Bell, Warren 



Company "C 

1st LIEUTENANT 
T. Richard Daniel 



1st SERGEANT 
Charles Tromjiierhauser 

SERGEANTS 

Bernharrl, Ernest 
Bryson, Hampton 



nrl LIEUTENANTS 
Walter T. Butler 
Dorroh L. Nowell 



Sprott, T. Z. 

Usry, Billy 



CORPORALS 



Blanchard, George 
Cawley, Vernon 
Davison, Vincent 
Forney, Bill B. 



Hungerpillar, J. A. 
Jackson, William A. 
Levy, Victor 
Toole, Gus 



PRIVATES 



Anderson, Hinton H. 
Andrews, Howard R. 
Baldowski, C. A. 
Boaiwright, Arlis D. 
Bowles, Dan ,1. 
Clary. Thomas 
Collins, Louis A. 
Corr, Elmo 
Crouch, Lcroy H. 
Cunringham, Barret! 
Cunningham, Mell 
Deas, Fiank 
Doremus. Alex 
Elixson, James 
Evans, William H. 
Faughnan, D. Edwai 
Fletcher, John W. 
Fortune, Charles 



Fortune, Jack 
Granade, Raymond 
Hall, Carlisle 
Hatcher, Edwin 
Harvley, Guy 
Heath, Jerome 
Heffernan, Thomas 
Howard, Broadus L. 
Keels, James H. 
Kitchen, Earle 
Lewis, Emory 
Marshall, George 
Miller, Roger 
Odom, Jack 
Pardue, Middleton 
Pardue, Harold 
Pardue, Billy 
Pember, Fred P. 



Pope, J. C. 
Popkin, Herman 
Rainwater, Jack 
Redd. Ben W. 
Redd, Otis M. 
Rhodes, George 
Salley, Ronald 
Saye, Sam 
Scarr, William 
Schueler, George 
Smith, Conrad 
Snilling, John 
Toole, Franklin A. 
Turner, J. C. 
Wheatlev, Albert 
Wilheit," Phillip A. 
Wilbelm, Oma V. 
Woo, Hon 



1933 



> Hun 



Sixty-Two 



The Rainbow 




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Com} any "I 



CAPTAIN 
R. J. Bates Smith 

1st LIEUTENANT 
Richard Halford 



2nd LIEUTENANTS 
Herman Bennett 
Richard Frank 
Edgar Stokelev 



1st SERGEANT 
James Bailie 



Denny, \\ . 

Masters, J. B. 



SERGEANTS 
McDaniel, Billy 
McLin, Marvin 

MeWatty, Earl 



Savage, Billy 
Walters, Charles 



CORPORALS 
Godowns, C. 
lnglett, R. 
McCauley, T. B. 
Reid, W. 



Richardson, J. 
Riley, F. C. 
Vidler, Jack 
Woodward, C. 



Allgood. It. 
\very. M. 
Bailey, C. 
Bateman, C. 
Baughman, W. 
Beckworth, C. 
Black, M. 
Branch. E. 
Buck, C. 

Carstarphen, Frank 
Carter, H. 
Chancey, C. 
Cc.oper, L. D. 
Dimaway. R. 
Ellis, R. 
Gillman, S. 
Glover, G. 
Gregg, H. L. 
Onlledge. Gene 



PRIVATES 
Hall, James E. 
Hancock, J. 
Heath, F. 
Hill. T. 
Fiewitt, .]. 
Howard, J. 
Hudson, L. 
Hughes, F. 
Hunter, A. 
Jackson, E. 
Lamb, T. 
Marioni, F. 
Martin, J. 
Meehan, S. 
McDowell, J. 
McGee, F. 
McKinlev, J. 
Mills, J.' 
Moody, Ed. 



Morgan, W. 
Norris, T. 
Parker, L. 
Phillip, W. 
Pollard, J. 
Pomerance, L. 
Price. W. 
Richards. M. 
Rinker, G. 
Rhodes. F. 
Rhodes, J. 
Sasser, E. 
Tjovaras, J. 
Tomlin, R. 
Weeks, C. 
Williams. H. 
Williamson. G. 
Wood, >V. 



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The Rainbow 




CAPTAIN 
Arthur A. Maryotl 

Miss Frances Sego 
Sponsor 



Bills, C. E. 
Dorn, .1. A. 

Gracev. Robert 



Company 44 K' 



1st LIEUTENAN'I 
Dan Henderson 



1st SERGEANT 
G. Allen Poss 



SERGEANTS 

Holden, William 
Hoover, James 



CORPORALS 



Bussey, K. J. 
Curtis, Joe 
Durand, Charles 
Holley, Clifford 



Atkins, Sam H. 
Boyd, C. N. 
Bowman. Louis J. 
Brown, C. F. 
Buck, W. 
Coffield, Lester 
Cook, J. S. 
Crawford, Harold 
Daley. G. 
D'nkins, Harrj 
Edenfield. R. .!. 
Fox H. E. 
Hannah. Sidney 
Howard, T. L. 
Howard. S. W . 
Inglett, I. 
Kellev, H. 
Kell\. Jack 
King, W. O. 



PRIVATES 
Lackman, J. K. 
Lewis, Hilly 
Linson, P. C. 
May, W. M. 
Melles, George 
McLlwaine. J. 
Morgan, J. R. 
Moss, F. L 
Munn, Ben 
Owens, Donald 
Owens, H. 
Parker, H. B. 
Patterson, O. C. 
Pea ire, C. R. 
Perry, .1. M. 
Pope, F. 
Reese, .1. 0. 
Redd. \ 
Rhoades, B. W. 



2nd LIEUTENANTS 
Charles Hardy 

John Krupp 
Louis P. Mull n 



McAuliffe, Rogers 
Reed, J. W. 

Wright, Lewis 



Jakes, William 
Kelly. Gordon 
Lee. E. 
McLarty, R. A. 



Robinson. R. \. 
Sancken, ('•. 
Seago. W. M. 
Seigler. W. K. 
Scurlock, B. W. 
Scoggins, R. I.. 
Silas, R. 
Sutton, C. H. 
Sumerall, E. 
Stone. I. J. 
Taylor, E. C. 
Thigpen, S. II. 
Toomey, J. 
Tyce, Lewis A. 
Whaley, L. M. 
Wright, J. D. 
Wright. Sumner I' 
Young, K. 
Young, John M. 



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CAPTAIN 

R. Campbell Bryson 

Miss Ruth Hardman 

Sponsor 



Barnes, Linton 
Dixon, A. F. 



Allen, R. 
Ansley, H. C. 
Bedle, R. 
Belger, P. 
Blitch, A. 
Bradley, W. 
Belger, P. 
Brotherton, C. 
Bryans, I. C. Jr 
Bryngelson, T. 
Bryson, J. 
Calhoun, Billy 
Chandler, B. 
Clark, H. 
Cleckley, J. T. 
Collins, P. 
Diane. S. 
Dvrhes, I). 
Dye, C. 




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Company "L 

1st LIEUTENANT 

Frank Ellis 

1st SERGEANT 

Arthur McManus 



SERGEANTS 

Dorn, Wallace 
Hargrove, R. 
Hughes, G. 



Dicks, Harold 
Boozer, John 
Fletcher, A. 
Howe. William 



2nd LIEUTENANTS 

Grover Carter 

Pierce Curry 

George Lake 



Hutto, L. 
Stanford, Paul 



CORPORALS 



Kennedy, William R. 
Martin, G. 
Morris, L. 
Williams, C. W. 



PRIVATES 

Elliott, R. 

Garren, J. 
Goddard, W. 
Gwin, C. 
Maggie, J. 
Hall, .1. R. 
Harveston, G. 
Hayden, E. 
Hill, M. 
Houston, C. 
Howard, J. 
Kellv. W. 
Lee. J. B. 
Leseur, B. 
Logue, .1. 
Long, B. 
Maher, M. J. 
Lever, J. D. 
Markwalter, D. 



1933 



Mayers, J. 
Mulligan, T. 
Nichols. L. 
Norvel, P. 
Norvell, E. 
Owens. .1. A. 
Paulk, L. 
Robinson, Fr. 
Sancken, H. 
Stallings, C. 
Stallings, H. 
Smitherman, 
Stulb. C. 
Thevaos, D. 
Towns, P. E. 
Tvgart, B. 
Waller, S. 
Weinstein, A. 
Williams. A. 



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Company "M' 



CAPTAIN 
John Barry Whitney, Jr. 

Miss Virginia Page 
Sponsor 



1st LIEUTENANT 
John T. Blitchington 



1st SERGEANT 
J. Bernard Marks 



2nd LIEUTENANTS 

John R. Bell 

Chauncey Clark 

John Hulse 



Bryant. L. A. 
Blum, Saul 



SERGEANTS 
Casella. Victor 
Good. Joe 
Neal. Harry B. 



Pearlstein. Jack 
Silver. David 



Hughes. Lorin 
Newman, L. 
Phillips. Russell 



CORPORALS 



Powell. L. 
Timmerman. James 
Wheatley, S. 
Woodward. Wyman 



Bailie. R. 
Beall, G. 
Burton. B. 
Counts. Leonard 
Crozier. F. 
Davidson. E. 
Dukes. M. 
Durst, E . 
Ennis, Beaufort 
Garrett. H. 
Gay, Edward 
Graham, Sam 
Grover, Ernest 
Handlv. R. 



PRIVATES 
Hill. Jack 
Holsenbake. O. .1. 
Hughes, Lamar 
Kerr, Eugene 
Lamback. Frank 
Levy, I. C. 
Lewis, Johnnie 
Markwalter. C. 
Mevers. W. 
Mitchell. E. 
Murray. Maurice 
Newton, R. 
Olive. R. L. 
Parrish. C. R. 



Paterson, Charles 

Popkin, H. 
Rauton. J. 
Roberts. \ incent 
Simon. Leon 
Sims, William 
Smith. Edward 
Thomburg, James 
Van Dyke. C. L. 
\ erdery, 0. 
Whitehead, Otis 
Wilk, Charles 
Wvatt, Wallace 
Walker. M. 



1933 



Sixty-Six 



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The Rainbow 









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THE SABRE CLUB 



Richard J. Wade. 
Gardelle Lewis.. 
Fred Harrison... 



President 

I ice President 

Secretary and Treasure? 



MEMBERS 

All Commissioned Officers 



1933 



Illlll 1 



Sixty-Seven 



The Rainbow 







THE RIFLE TEAM 

George L. Fuller Winner of The General Wood Medal 



Thigpen, William E. 
Gay, Lester S. 
Avrett, Clifford A. 
Smith. R. J. Bates 
Burroughs. Arthur S. 
Smith. Studley E. 
Daniel. Hinton C. 



Grealish, Lawrence L. 
Harbin, Henry W. 
Martin. Allen H. 
Bryson, R. Campbell 
Krupp, John 0. 
Bell. John C. 
Roper, Ralph W. 

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1933 



Sixty-Eight 




Organizations 



Sixty-Nine 



The Rainbow 




J. C. A. HI-Y 



Officers — First Term 



Theodore Caswell - President 

James Walker Vice-President 

William Hardy - Secretary 

Harry Bell Treusurer 



Ojjicers — Second Term 

Anderson Bailie President 

Bates Smith Vice-President 

Marion Currie Secretary 

Sam Zealy Treasurer 



Boots Bailie 
Harr> Bell 
Frank Burroughs 
Ted Caswell 
Marion Currie 
Preston Delph 
Dubose Egleston 
Bill Force 
Keen Hammond 
Bill Hardy 
Emile Hunmi.-I 



MEMBERS 



1933 



Harry Jemigan 
Cardelle Lewis 
Frank Mulherin 
Tom Saul 
Bates Smith 
Uolierl Stalliniis 
Bootsie Stafford 
Jackie Stephens 
Jimmie Walker 
Jack Whitney 
Sam ZeaK 



Liel't. Sam Purswell. Mr. H. 0. Read Faculty Advisers 



Seventy 



The Rainbow 




HI-Y W 

OFFICERS 

Caroline Bailie President 

Mariam Pierce Vice-President 

Elizabeth Murray — - Secretary 

Rose Wilson Treasurer 

Miss Emma Twiggs, Miss Margaret Bailie Advisers 

MEMBERS 

Frances Bruce Carolyn lzlar 

Eleanor Cranston Berdie Ella James 

Laura Evans Nell Legwen 

Ml rtha Ferris Katherine Leipold 

Rebecca Guest Peggy Redd 

Mary Hull Elizabeth Sykes 



1933 



Seventy-One 



The Rainbow 




ACADEMY HI-Y 



John C. Bell President 

Ben Pierce Vice-President 

Robert Gracey Secretary 

Allen Skinner Treasurer 

Mr. A. F. Simpson Adviser 



MEMBERS 



John C. Bell 
John R. Bell 
Dick Daniels 
Alva Cooper 
Coleman Smith 
Bill Dunbar 
Arthur Maryott 
Allen Skinner 
Billy White 



Lansing Lee 
Lowrey Stulb 
George Fuller 
Chauncey Clark 
Gus Toole 
Robert McLarty 
Ben Pierce 
Lewis Wright 
Robert Gracey 



193 3 



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The Rainbow 




RICHMOND HI-Y 



James Bailie President 

Alex Doremus Vice-President 

Carl Howard — - Secretary 

Dorroh Nowell Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Campbell Bryson \\ alker Harper 

Hampton Bryson Donald Kirkpatrick 

David Daley Marvin La Prade 

Sam Durden George Rhodes 

James Elli.xson Taylor Sanders 

Treutlen Grady James Shanahan 

Charles Hardy Sam Waller 

Mr. J. M. Robertson Faculty Adviser 



1933 



Seventy-Three 



The Rainbow 



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RHO-CHI PRE-MEDICAL CLUB 



Nicholas Harrison President 

Carl Pirkle Vice-President 

James Greene Secretary 

Meyer M. Schneider Treasurer 







MEMBERS 




Burroughs. F. 
Bolgia, J. 
Bailey, E. 
Craig, J. 
Egleston, D. 
Goldstein, I. 










Howard, C. 
Hackel, H. 
Hummel, E. 
Levy, T. 
Levy. J. 
Mulherin, F. 
Schneider. L. A 






Facult 


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Mamie Bacon 


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Marion Currie 


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John Ii. Whitney 




Morris S. Marks 


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Ioward. C. 


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Hutchinson, E. 


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Marks. M. 


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Mulherin, F. 


11 


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Powell. J. 


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First Semester Officers 

John C. Bell President 

Sam Zealy Vice-President 

James Bailey Secretary 



Second Semester Officers 

Carl Howard President 

George Fuller Vice-President 

Donald Kirkpatrick Secretary 





MEMBERS 




Bailey, J. 






Ivey, W. 


Bell. J. 






Krupp, J. 


Burns, B. 






Kitchens. W. 


Chandler, H. 






Lee, B. 


Clark, C. 






Lee, L. 


Coleman, C. 






Lively, J. 


Daniel, R. 






McLarty, R. 


Dasher, M. 






Nowell, D. 


Doremus, A. 






Pritchard, R 


Dunbar, W. 






Sanders. T. 


Fornev, K. 






Scavens, M. 


Gracey, R. 






Skinner, A. 


Grady, T. 






Smith, C. 


Halford, R. 






Tiller, F. 


Hoover. J. 






Stafford. I.. 


Hail. in. H. 






White. W. 
Waller. S. 


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FRESHMAN LITERARY SOCIETY 

Billy Calhoun President 

Moss, L Vice-President 

K EI.LY, W Secretary and Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Bailey, R. Lewis, T. 

Blich. C. Markwalter,D . 

Curtis, J. Nowell, C. 

Gwin, C. Tigert, J. 

Woodward, W. 

Mr. J. B. Moore Faculty Adviser 



1933 



Seventy Seven 



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The Rainbow 




STUDENT COUNCIL 



Henry Harbin President 

Frank Burnley Vice-President 

William Force Secretary and Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Bearden. C. Harries. B. 

Bailie, A. Leipolcl, C. 

Burnley, F. Nelson. C. 

Caswell. T. Sancken. G. 

Daley, D. Stelling. G. 

Durden. S. Toole, G. 

Force, W. Walker. J. 

Franklin. D. Whitney. J. 

Harbin. H. Wilson, R. 

Mr. A. F. Simpson Faculty Adviser 



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The Rainbow 




GLEE CLUB 



Katherine Leipold President 

Caroline Bailie Secretary 

Bertha Carswell -- Treasurer 

Dick Wade, Meyer Schneider, John Bell Publicity Committee 

Mr. 0. W. Chandler Faculty Adviser 

Prof. James B. Bartch Musical Director 



MEMBERS 



Barksdale, E. R. 
Bell, J. C. 
Bell, J. R. 
Brucker, J. 
Bacon, M. 
Blum, E. L. 
Brown, E. 
Cadle, E. 
Carstarphen, M. 
Carswell, B. 
Craig, L. 
Daley. C. 
Dasher, M. 
Derrick, H. 
Doyle, J. 
Dunbar, B. 
Fullbright, M. 
Gallaher. D. 
Gracy, M. 
Harrlman, Ruth 
Harris, E. 
Haynie, T. 
I lagan, M. 



Hoover. .1 . 
Howard, C. 
Hutchenson. E. 
James, B. E. 
Kellogg, A. 
Lee, Elizabeth 
May, El ; zabeth 
Marks. M. 
Marshall, G. 
Maddox. N. 
McLardie, P. 
McLarty, R. 
Phillips, K. 
Schneider, M. 
Smith, C. 
Symms, E. 
Von Kamp. H. 
Verdel, T. 
Wade, Dick 
White, C. 
Wilson. .1. 
Whitney, .1. 
Watkins, .1. 



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THE MUSKETEER 

STAFF 

Jack Whitney Editor-in-Chief 

John Doyle Assistant Editorin-Chief 

Kenneth Forney Business Manager 

Meyer Schneider Assistant Business Manager 

BUSINESS STAFF 
Morris Marks — Miss Bertha Carswell — Billy Dunbar 

FACULTY ADVISERS 
Mr. G. M. Scott— Mr. C. M. Etheredge— Mr. J. T. Hains 



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Junior College Academy 

Carl Pirkle Editor-in-Chief John C. Bell 

J. Willie Levy, II Business Mbnager George L. Fuller 

Bertha Carswell Literary Editor Kenneth Forney 

Morris Marks Picture Editor John R. Bell 

Lewis Sims, Jr... Sports Editor Henry Harbin 

John B. Whitney. Jr Military Editor Frank Burnley 

Meyer M. Schneider Asst. Editor William R. Dunbar 

Kenneth Laird .Asst. Bus. Mgr. 

Margaret Hogan Asst. Lit. Editor 

fane Nevin Artist 

Faculty Committee 
Mr. C. H. Mitchell. Chairman— Mr. C. A. Royston— Mr. A. G. Owens 



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FOOTBALL ROLL, J. C. A. 



Anderson Bailie Manager 



Prank Burroughs R. E. 

Dubose Egleston Q. B. 

Edward Harrigal L. H. 

Jackie Stephens L. H. 

William Brickie F. B. 

Henry Kale C. 

Tracy Levy L. G. 

Isadore Isenberg L. E. 

Theodore Caswell L. E. 

Lewis Sims R. G. 

John Hanson L. E. 

Jack Whitney L. G. 

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William Bell Q. B. 

William Levy R. G. 

Kenneth Laird L. T. 

Davenport Davidson L. G. 

Richard Black R. H. 

Hardy Fulghum L. E. 

Hardy Fulghum C. 

Bayard Culley F. B. 

William Force (Captain) R. H. 

Cook Barwich C. 

James Greene L. T- 

Ralph, Deas R. E. 

R. T. 



ALBERT SIMPSON, Head Coach ROBERT GRESSETTE, Assistant Coach 

SCHEDULE 1932 

Brew ton-Parker 39 Here Junior College 

Carlisle 25 There Junior College 

Douglas 35 Here Junior College 6 

Belmont Abbey 6 Here Junior College 

Citadel Freshmen 7 Here Junior College 6 



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Starting out with very hard opposition and a green team, the Junior College 
was not able to cope with its more experienced opponents during the first three 
games of the season. Nevertheless, the local collegians did absorb a great deal of 
experience in football, and showed the fans that the Junior College had a team that 
knew how to "take it." After the first three games the locals began to tackle teams 
more evenly matched and with much better results. 

The first football squad of the Junior College began its career in September 
with a preliminary training of two weeks before school opened. The' outlook was 
not a cheerful one because of the size and lack of experience of the majority of the 
boys, but they went to work with determined hearts to do their best against over- 
whelming odds. The schedule that faced them was not one to cause overconfidence 
as all the opposing teams were heavier and more experienced. 

J. C. A. suffered its first defeat at the hands of a powerful team from Brew- 
ton-Parker. The next contest was with Carlisle at Bamberg. This time we had a 
chance to win, but a rally during the last half was not enough to bring home the 
coveted victory. Following this defeat we met Douglas A. & M., only to be defeated 
again. In this game Coach Simpson's boys did score a touchdown, however, and 
their spirits were revived somewhat. The next game was a night game with Belmont 
Abbey. In this game the Junior College put up a good scrap, only to be defeated 
by a 6 to score, due to a streak of hard luck during the last few seconds of the 
game. The Augustan's hardest fight was put up in the game with the Citadel Fresh- 
men. This was the last game of the season and the boys had more experience and 
fight, giving every ounce of it in order to win, only to lose by the heart-breaking 
margin of one point. Some rather brilliant plays and strategy were displayed by 
our boys during this game. They were improving and gaining the needed confidence. 

Although J. C. A. went through its season without winning a game and scoring 
only twelve points, that was not so bad for a team new to the game and handicapped 
by a lack of experience and teamplay. Here's to a more successful season in 1933. 







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THE 1932 MUSKETEERS 

C. W. (Ike l Sherlock Head Coach 

C. A. i Charley I Royston Issistant Coach 

Fr^k Pierce. Joe Brlker. Fred Wood Managers 



Front Row. Left to Right 

(Ins Corley L. C. 

Jake Skinner R. G. 

Bud Harris L. C. 

George Stalling F. B. 

Charlie Boyd R. E. 

.lohn Yearly Q. B. 

Ben Pierce.' H. B. 

Lloyd Adams H. B. 

['. A. Broadwaer H. B. 

Tooty Grady C. 

Calvin Leipold L. E. 



Second Roic. Left to Right 

.lames Plunkett R. T. 

George Twiggs L. T. 

David Daley L. E. 

John Lackman R. T. 

Mutt Bearden L. T. 

Frank Burnley F. B. 

Henry Harbin F. B. 

Sam Durden H. B. 

Joe Bell C. 

Hig Sheehan F. B. 

David Hair H. B. 



Fritz Fogel H. B. 

Rastus Rupert L. G. 

Bobby Mills L. E. 

Doris Nowell R. E. 

Arthur Burroughs L. E. 

Francis Tiller R. G. 



Third Roic. Left to Right 



Guy Toole R. G. 

Casper Fulghum L. G. 

Curtis Nelson F. B. 

Preston Delph Q. B. 

John Daley R. G. 

J. J. Carswell L. E. 



SCHEDLUE 

Warrenton 6 Here Musketeers 19 

\\ ushington Here Musketeers . 20 

Savannah 46 There Musketeers 

Bailey 7 Here Musketeers 

Madison 24 There Musketeers 

Gaffney 32 Here Musketeers 

Darlington 7 Here Musketeers 6 

Benedictine 33 There Musketeers 6 

\niericus Here Musketeers 25 

l!i\erside 7 Here Musketeers 7 



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A. R. G. FOOTBALL, 1932 



Looking back over the 1932 football season, we do not find the Academy's 
secord of such brilliance as it has been in the past. This was due to the division of 
the Junior College and Academv athletics, which weakened both elevens. 

Coach Sherlock began the season with green and inexperienced material, most 
of them being out for football for the first time. If counting the number of games 
won and lost, the season, perhaps, was not a success — three wins and one tie to six 
lost. But among the few successful games, one stands out above the rest: The 
Musketeers met and tied their arch rival, the Riverside Cadets, from Gainesville, Ga. 

After three weeks of hard training under a blazing sun, Coaches Sherlock and 
Royston presented a strong offensive team to open the season with Warrenton Hi. 
The Musketeers won by a margin of 19 to 6. In the next game the Richmond Mus- 
keteers continued their victory with a 20-0 win over Washington High School. The 
next six games were defeats, but the ninth showed a complete reversal of form, the 
Cadets submerging the Americus High School under a 25-0 score. 

THE RIVERSIDE GAME 

Saturday. November 22, brought to a close the Musketeers' schedule. To win 
this game would make the season a success as far as the supporters cared, but before 
the game the Cadets were given hardly an outside chance to win. The win on the 
preceding Saturday was the best thing that could have happened to the Cadets after six 
losses. The Academy took the field on a clear November day, a more determined 
bunch of football players than ever. Though the score was tied 7-7, it does not really 
tell the story. 

In the first half, the light inexperienced Musketeer squad held their heavier 
and more experienced opponents 0-0. In the second half, the Cadets were determined 
to have this game; but Riverside scored seven points in the third quarter. The 
Academy, still determined to win the game, also scored seven points in the last period, 
making the score a tie. The whistle blew with Riverside on our one-foot line. 

It was a great game for the Academv and drew praise from all who saw it. 



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J. ( :. A. BASKETBALL, 1933 

BASKETBALL TEAM 
Ch xri es Kemp Manager and Player 

Captain "Lefty" Force Forward 

Frank Burroughs Forward 

Edward Harrigal Guard 

Frank Mulherin Forward 

"Buster" Isenberg Center 

Julius Bolgla — - Forward 

Cook Barwich Guard 



Coach Bolton started the season with only ten candidates for the team. Out 
of this group of boys he had to pick a team. Though handicapped by the lack of 
material, he was able to turn out a very good team. 

Junior College made a very favorable showing in the Inter-City League that 
was sponsored by the Y. M. C. A. The team made an invasion into Newport, Ten- 
nessee to the Southeastern Junior College Tournament. Here the team was defeated 
in the first round by Biltmore Junior College. The Junior College did not win 
the tournament, but the squad should be commended for its splendid efforts. 



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A. R. C. BASKETBALL, 1933 

With Coach Langston Bolton leading them the A. R. C. squad enjoyed a 
fairly successful basketball season. 

The team played eighteen games, winning eleven and losing seven. With 
Leipold, Bailie, Bearden, Nelson and Bryson leading the attacks, the Musketeers 
piled up 602 points to their opponents' 458. 



Langston Bolton. Coach 



Forward 

John H. Bailie (Captain) 

Hampton Bryson 

Curtis Nelson 
Center 

David Daly 

Frank Pierce 



Charles Kemp. Manager 



PLAYERS 

Guard 

Calvin Leipold 
"Mutt" Bearden' 
John Bell* 
A. A. Maryott 
Charles Hardy 
* Absent from picture. 



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SCHEDULE 

17 Wash ngton Hi 26 

21 Faculty 17 

22 Warrenton Hi 29 

25 Warrenton Hi 26 

40 Evans 21 

16 Graniteville Hi 11 

33 Langley - Bath 9 

29 North Augusta 10 

62 Ellenton 10 

24 Waynesboro 27 

18 Washington 58 

17 Harlem 18 

26 Thompson 23 

2 Dealing 

47 North Augusta 13 

47 Dearing 19 

9 Stapleton 21 

48 Washington Hi 28 



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GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM 

Albert Simpson Coach 



FORWARDS 
{Catherine Bishop 
Elizabeth Hutchinson 
Caroline Bailie 
Evelyn Cadle 
Peggy Redd 
Emily Brown 
Martha Hardin 
Nell Wilheit 
Mary Copeland 
Katherine Gibson 



JUMPING CENTERS 
Louise Craig 
Jaunita Edwards 
Mickey Pierce 
Becky Guest 
Carolyn White 
Eugenia Symms 

SIDE CENTERS 

Ellen Shanahan 
Kathryn Davidson 
Lois Moses 
Geneva Sheridan 
Elizabeth Lee 



GUARDS 
Agnes Heffernan 
Sarah Brown 
Berdie Ella James 
Eleanor Gercke 
Mildred Holley 
Laura Evans 
Alison Ford 
Jonnie Mae Witt 
Bertha Carswell 
Miriam Fullbrigbt 
Elizabeth Daniel 
Anne W iggins 
Josephine Watkins 



About forty girls answered to the first call for basketball practice, which 
resulted from a petition drawn up by the Junior College Girls who were interested 
in Basketball. 

The girls showed such interest in the playing that they are assured of a regular 
team next season. No games could be played with other schools this year because 
most of them had closed their seasons. There were, however, games between the dif 
ferent teams formed among themselves and a game with Tubman in which the Junior 
College girls were beaten by a narrow margin. 



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TRACK SQUAD 



Lancston Bolton, Coach 



Jimmy Lanier, Manager 



Sam Durden (Captain) 100 yd. dash, 220 yd. dash, relay 

Henry Harbin (Alt. Captain) 120 yd. low hurdles, pole vault 

Kenneth Forney 120 yd. low hurdle, 440 yd. dash 

Johnny Speering High jump, relay 

John Owens High Jump 

James Shanahan Relay 

John Lackman Disk, shot put 

David Daley Shot put, discus 

Johnny Bailie 100 yd. dash, high jump 

John Bell Pole vault, broad jump 

Bill White Pole vault 

Charlie Coleman Discus 

George Fuller 440 yd. dash 

Bill Kennedy... -- 100 yd. dash 

Billy Lewis Broad jump 

Bill Kitchens Shot put 

Emory Lewis Broad jump 

George Daley Broad jump 

C. L. Howard 220 yd. dash 

Alvin Cooper 100 yd. dash 

G. L. "Fritzy" Fogel 440 yd. dash 

More interest was taken in track this year than in former times. This was probably due to 
the fact that there was no baseball team. 

Coach Langston Bolton had only two letter men from last season to build his team around. 
Consequently he has had a hard job getting the boys ready and instructing them in the different 
events. 

There will be only two dual meets before the district meet, which takes place at Monroe. 
Georgia on Friday, April 21st, 1933. 



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GOLF TEAM 

Albert Simpson Coach 

Frank Mulherin 1 

Bootsy Stafford 2 

Dick Mulherin 3 

Alex Ogilvie 4 

Thomas Saul 5 

Einile Hummel 6 

Frank Doremus 7 

George Sancken 8 

As this goes to press the team has played only two matches. One of these was with Yale 

Univers ty and the other was with Rollins College. Both of these matches were won by the locals. 

At present there is a tournament in progress, hot no statement can be made about its (outcome. 

There was a great deal of interest manifested in golf this year. Abuot thirty-two reported for the 

elimination matches and the number remaining is gradually dwindling down. 

The following games have been scheduled and uill be played later on in the season: 

Georgia Here and There 

Washington Athletic Club Here and There 

Columbia Here and There 

Furman University Here and There 

Emory University Here and There 

Paris Island Marines Here and There 



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TENNIS TOURNAMENT WINNERS 
J. C. A. and A. R. C 



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Jame? Trowbridge 
Harry Bell 
Calvin Leipold 
A. V. Kirsch 
Dubose Egleston 
J. Adams 



TEAM RANKING 



TENNIS DOUBLES TEAM 

1. Leipold — Kirsch 

2. Mulherin — Saul 

3. Lucky — Carstarphen 

4. Trowbridge — Adams 



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WINNERS OF GIRLS' TOURNAMENT 
Katherine Bishop Peggy Redd 

TENNIS 

Tennis at Richmond Academy was definitely on the boom dining the 1933 season, as was 
made evident liy the fact that approximately forty-five students were taking part in the sport. 
Keener interest was taken in the Academy and Junior College tournament than at any time in 
recent years. The championship was not determined until the last game had been played. 

New courts recently built by Mr. Mitchell have stimulated interest, too. 



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HE STAFF of the 1933 RAINBOW' lakes 
this opportunity to thank, jor the graduat- 
ing classes of 1933, all who have co- 
operated in the particularly difficult task of making 
this year's RAINBOW even a moderate success: Mr. 
Skinner, who has cheerfully given us of chapel time, 
and even of class time, for our pictures; the mem- 
bers of the Faculty Committee, Mr. Mitchell. Mr. Royston 
an I Mr. Owens, who have pored long over our manu- 
script, encouraged our ventures in financing, and worked 
nilh us without hope of reward; the students iwho have 
had their pictures made promptly and paid their assess- 
ments ungrumblingly; and our advertisers who have 
stayed with us in spite of hard business years. And the 
Staff takes just a \little credit to itself for hours of 
writing, classifying and assembling material, and for 
more weary hours of trampinglthe pavements and 
halls in search of ads and subscriptions. 




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